Marina Reyes Franco

The previous academic and curatorial researches of Marina Reyes Franco have been into the work of concrete poet Esteban Valdés, the alternative circulation strategies of graphic art, post-colonial theory, feminism, museum studies, autonomous art projects, and artistic and literary manifestations in the frontier of political action that spill over into popular culture.
 

Biography

Marina Reyes Franco (1984, San Juan, Puerto Rico) is an art historian and independent curator. She received a BA in Art History from the University of Puerto Rico and an MA in Argentine and Latin American Art History from IDAES-UNSAM, Argentina.

Selected exhibitions:

[2015]

“Calibán,” Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, San Juan, Puerto Rico

“Imprecisiones,” Museo Dr. Pío López Martínez, UPR, Cayey

“Un Verano en Puerta de Tierra,” San Agustín #258, San Juan, Puerto Rico

[2014]

“Donde hay protesta hay negocio,” Galería Agustina Ferreyra, San Juan, Puerto Rico “Mil pedazos,” Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina

“Trabaja por tu nombre,” Urgente, Buenos Aires

“Colección” at Castagnino+macro, Rosario, Argentina

“Sucursal: La Ene en MALBA,” Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina

[2013]

“Wordings,” The Wooden Floor, California

“Poesia desde a Seguridade Social,” Phosphorus, São Paulo, Brazil

“Museum Ad Nauseam,” La Ene, Buenos Aires, Argentina

“Frente en Alto,” La Ene, Buenos Aires, Argentina

[2012]

“Tráfico Gráfico,” Museo de Arte Dr. Pío López Martínez, Cayey, Puerto Rico

“Ladrón de Museos,” La Ene, Buenos Aires, Argentina

“Embajada de Zaqistán,” La Ene, Buenos Aires, Argentina

[2011]

“Un Museo Chévere,” MDE’11, Medellín, Colombia (2011)