(this page was last updated in February 2018)
Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico.
Member of the Award Jury 2010 and of the Nominating Committees 2011, 2013 and 2018.
Catalina Lozano (Bogota, 1979) is a researcher and curator based in Mexico whose interests and curatorial practice have been increasingly involved with historical research within contemporary art. She is particularly interested in minor narratives and the revision of dominant historical narratives.
Between 2008 and 2010 she was responsible for Gasworks Residency Programme in London and has developed independent projects in UK, France, Spain and Colombia. Her recent projects include: “La puerta haia lo invisible debe ser visible”, Casa del Lago, Mexico (2012); “¿Tierra de nadie?” at Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz (2011); and co-curated “Everything has a name, or the potential to be named” (co-curator) at Gasworks, London (2009).
She is currently Associate Curator at Museo Jumex.
Video produced by Matrioska Filmes exclusively for PIPA 2011:
- Watch | Interview with Catalina Lozano
- Watch the video "Home is where the Art is: Stories about Artistic Residencies"
- Meet the Nominating Committee 2013
- Home is where the Art is: Stories about Artistic Residencies | Special Videos 2013
- Catalina Lozano | Nominating Committee Member 2011