Montserrat Albores


Mexico City, 1974), studies art at “La Esmeralda” in Mexico City, and a Master degree in Curatorial Studies at The Center for Curatorial Studies, Brad College, New York.

In 1999, co-founds “Acceso A” galley, where she curates, among other projects: Muro de una galería arrancado, inclinado a 60 grados del suelo y sostenido por 5 personas by Santiago Sierra.

In 2002, she was invited by Okwui Enweznor and his group of co-curators to become part of Documenta11 Education Project, a project integrated by nine cultural practitioners involved with the critical realization and reflection of Documenta11.

She was the director of OMR Gallery and worked at the Museo Rufino Tamayo as part of the curatorial team, also as responsible for the conferences program.

In 2006, curated the exhibition You don’t live here anymore at the Center for Curatorial Studies Museum of Bard College, New York.