Nuria Carton de Grammont is an art historian, curator and lecturer at Concordia University, specializing in Latin American and Latin Canadian contemporary art. She holds a doctorate in art history from Concordia University and two postdoctoral fellowships from the Center for International Studies and Research and the Department of Geography at the Université de Montréal, where she also coordinated the Network of Studies on Latin America. She has published several articles on Latin American art in the magazines Artediseño, Oltreoceano. Rivista sulle migrazioni, The ALHIM Papers, Fractal, Esse arts + opinions, Inter, current art and Archée, and co-published the book Politics, Culture and Economy in Popular Practices in the Americas (Peter Lang, 2016). As commissioner, she presented the Gilberto Esparza exhibition: Plantas autofotosintéticas at Galerie de l’UQAM (2017) and co-directed the installation of Objects Personnels / Personal belongings / Objetos personales for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts as part of the Connexions. Notre diversité artistique dialogue avec nos collections (2018-2019).