About the Collaborator
Edgar Alejandro Hernández (Mexico City, 1977) is a journalist, researcher, curator and art critic. Co-author of books Limitless. Contemporary Art in Mexico City 2000-2010 and Déjà vu. Celda Contemporánea 2004/2007. Publisher and compiler of books Abuso Mutuo. Ensayos e intervenciones sobre arte postmexicano 1992-2013, by Cuauhtémoc Medina; and El arte de mostrar el arte mexicano, by Olivier Debroise. Curator of the exhibitions Miasma, by Yoshua Okón; and Museo Guggenheim Aguascalientes, by Rolando López. Co-curator of Aquatania. Parte I, by Cristóbal Gracia; and co-producer of the film El No-Me-Mires, by Carlos Amorales. He has given art critic conferences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, University of Guadalajara, University of Ciudad Juarez, Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, University of the Americas Puebla and Autonomous University of Nuevo León, as well as in Soma Mexico. He has written about contemporary art in the newspapers El Universal, Reforma and Excélsior, for the German Press Agency (DPA), as well as in Letras Libres, Revista de la Universidad de México, Utopía, Código, Vice, Ramona(Argentina), Artishock (Chile), Terremoto, Harper's Bazaar and Forbes. Screenwriter of the special programs of the Observatorio Cultural of TVUNAM. Director of the Promotora Cultural Cubo Blanco.