in the Colombian universities Jorge Tadeo Lozano and Javeriana. She is currently a Doctoral candidate at Florida International University, working with the faculties of Art and Literature on an interdisciplinary dissertation about the concept of extreme fiction as part of the relationship between art and literature.
On January 2012 she inaugurated in the Frost Art Museum the exhibition María Thereza Negreiros: Offerings, cocurated with Francine Birbragher.
Her curatorial project Exodus: a missing page in History, was selected as the anchor exhibition for the launching of FotoAmericas in ArteAmericas. Currently she is working on an individual exhibition with Rubén Torres Llorca for the Museo de Arte Moderno de Santo Domingo. She conducted the panel “Strategies of Post-Utopian Art: Panel with Cuban Artists” at the Miami Art Fair (2010). This research was essential for the curatorial proyect Critical Strategies of Post-Utopian Cuban Art (Cuba-United States), presented at Houston Art Fair in 2011.
In 2011, she cofounded Aluna Art Foundation, launched with the exhibition After Neo-Expressionism (Barrio Worshop Place, Dic 2011-febrero 2012), organized by her. The foundation is working on the preparation of the upcoming exhibition for the Centro Cultural Español, Oikos, The Migrant House.
As an Art critic for El Nuevo Herald since 2000, editorial advisor for the magazine Arte al Dia International since 2010, collaborator for Art Nexus, and writer in charge of the contemporary art section of the Mexican edition for the magazine Poder, she has a deep knowledge of the local and continental art scene.