Since 1999 I've been curating Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Art in Philadelphia, PA and New York City. Thanks to my experience as an ethnographer, I was appointed 54th Biennale di Venezia Researcher for the United States Pavilion by the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). As a curator I've developed and staged more than 55 exhibitions of contemporary Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean art, as well as arts and crafts, ethnographic artifacts, and Pre-Columbian archaeology. I have degrees in The Visual Arts + The History of Art and Architecture from Brown University (Providence, RI). Since 2003 I'm a Future Faculty Fellow in Visual Anthropology at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA), and will conduct ethnographic research on the circulation of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino art (with an emphasis on the Hispanic Caribbean) in the Biennale di Venezia in Italy.