Graciela Kasep (Boston, 1978). Her initial training is in Communication Sciences and Journalism at the National University of Mexico (UNAM). She completed a Master Degree in Art History at the Graduate School of Philosophy of the UNAM. As an independent curator she has done the following exhibitions: Fabulario. Marcos Castro, Casa del Lago Juan José Arreola, UNAM (2007); Think space / Make city, collective show, Metropolitan Gallery, UAM , Mexico City (2012). As Curatorial Coordinator has carried out projects such as Iberoamerican Visual Arts Residence and exhibitions program, FONCA, Mexico City (2013); 6th International Biennale of Contemporary Textile Art, Museo Anahuacalli, Mexico City (2013). From 2010 to 2014 was part of the curatorial team at the Modern Art Museum, Mexico City, where she worked doing research and reviews on the museum’s collection and developing projects for contemporary art agenda. In 2013 she was invited to represent Mexico in the residency program for young curatos FOCUS through the French Embassy. Between 2014 and 2015 was Associate Director of LABOR gallery in Mexico City. Currently she runs a consulting office in collecting and cultural management. She is the director of programing and cultural research for the nomination for World Design Capital in Mexico City for 2018; she is also content advisor of Design Week Mexico.