Lives and Works in São Paulo, Brazil.
Member of the PIPA Prize Nominating Committee 2022
Ana Roman holds a master’s degree in Geography from FFLCH-USP. She was curator, assistant curator and researcher in several exhibitions held in cultural institutions in the country, among them Rever_augusto de campos (2016), ‘Between Construction and Appropriation: Antonio Dias, Geraldo de Barros and Rubens Gerchman in the 1960s’ (2018), ‘Black Stream’, by Alice Shintani (2019), among others. She organized the two editions of the course ‘Art exhibitions: curation, mediation and production’ at Casa Plana, in 2017 and 2018. She was assistant curator of the 34th São Paulo Art Biennial (2021). She is currently content coordinator of the research group Academia de Curadoria and contributes regularly to the Piscina platform.