Nuria Carton de Grammont, PhD
Part-time Faculty, Art History
Nuria Carton de Grammont specializes in the geopolitical representations of contemporary Mexican art, memory and violence, most notably narcotrafficking. She holds a doctorate in Art History from Concordia University where she was awarded the David Rubin Award and research funding from the Canadian Center for Architectures (CCA). She is currently doing post-doctoral studies at the University of Montreal’s Center for International Studies and Research (CÉRIUM) where she coordinates the Latin American Research Network (RÉAL). She is also the recipient of a post-doctoral bursary from the Quebec Research Fund for Society and Culture (FQRSC). She has published many articles on Latin American arts in publications such as Fractal, ESSE, Inter-Art Actuel, and Archée. As an independent curator, she is drawn to projects that promote interculturality in the arts, withher expositions having been presented in Quebec and Mexico.
Special Topics in Art & Society. Contemporary Latin American Art ARTH 398