Board of Advisors member
Julia P. Herzberg, Independent Scholar and Curator
Julia P. Herzberg, Ph.D., art historian, independent curator, writer, Fulbright Awardee 2007, 2012-2013. Her research and writing focuses on Latin American, Latino, and Latinex artists within global artistic practices. Her new website holds many of her publications on artists and images of their work. Since 2018 her publication in exhibition catalogues and books together with her curatorial work include: “Carlos Alfonzo: Transformative Work from Cuba to Miami and the U.S.,” in Carlos Alfonzo: Witnessing Perpetuity, Miami: LnS GALLERY, 2020 (pp. 8-23). ISBN 978-17346065-0-8; “Máximo Corvalán-Pinchera: Padece,” in Padece, ARTESPACIO, Santiago, Chile, 2019 (n/p) (Curator and essayist); “A Conversation with María Elena González: A Trajectory of Sound,” in María Elena González: Tree Talk,Mills College Art Museum. Oakland CA: Mills College Art Museum, 2019 (pp. 30-55) ISBN 978-0-9854600-6-8; “María Martínez-Cañas: Black Totems and Imágen Escrita,” exhibition entry for Art_ Latin_America: Against the Survey, Davis Museum, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA 2018 (pp. 42, 43, 168, 169). Austin: University of Texas Press, 2019. Edited by James Oles with Lisa Fischman ISBN 978-1-4773-1909-3; “An Overview / Um perfil,”Josely Carvalho: Diário de Imagens / Diary of Images(ed. Luiz Eduardo Meira de Basconcellos).Río de Janeiro: Contra: Capa, 2018 (pp. 35-64) ISBN 978-85-7740-267-0; “Past – Present: Conversations with María Lau and Katarina Wong,” in Circles and Circuits: Chinese Caribbean Art. Eds. Alexandra Chang and Steve Wong.LA: Chinese American Museum and California African American Museum, 2017 (pp. 180-195).(Duke University Press, distribution) The exhibition was part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA(September 2017-January 2018); “Conversation with Francisca Sutil, New York 2013,” in Mute II. New York: Nohra Haime Gallery 2018, n/p ISBN 978-0-9979769-0-8 (Originally printed in Arte al Dia International144 [Oct. Nov. Dec. 2013]): 40-47. Dr. Herzberg was one of three scholars on the ALAA (Association of Latin American Art Historians) Thoma Foundation Exh. Catalogue Award in 2019, 2020, and serving as chair in 2021. My last review in ADVA was “Phoenix: Xu Bing at the Cathedral,” (The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York, 2014–2015), 2015.