Ana Tuazon

Ana Tuazon is a writer, curator, and 2019–20 resident at the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. She completed an MA in Art History and Criticism at Stony Brook University in 2018, where her research centered on the practices of women of color within and outside of feminist art traditions. In addition to co-curating NXTHVN’s inaugural exhibition opening in 2020, her other curatorial work includes the 2018 Southeast Queens Biennial, co-curated through art nonprofit No Longer Empty’s curatorial lab. She has presented at conferences including the College Art Association and Theorizing the Web, and she has written for publications such as Temporary Art ReviewHyperallergic, and Art Practical.

Selected Work

Countermythologies, co-curated with Zalika Azim and Riham Majeed, NXTHVN Gallery, March 2020

Doreen Garner’s Visceral, Bodily Sculptures Confront Racial Trauma, Hyperallergic, May 2019

An Indigenous Artist Collective that Raises the Bar, Hyperallergic, February 2019

A Poetics of Survival: A Conversation with Demian DinéYazhí, Temporary Art Review, January 2019

Autumn Knight’s Sanity TV, Art Practical, October 2018

The Southeast Queens Biennial: A Locus of Moving Points, No Longer Empty, February-April 2018