MARIZA ROSALES ARGONZASeptember 1, 2022 - March 31, 2023
"As a researcher, curator and artist of Mexican origin with mixed race roots, my mission is to explore the interactions between the so-called non-Western arts of the Americas, in all their cultural and historical richness, and current international art. My goal is to participate in intercultural exchanges from a decolonial perspective, to explore and incorporate into the contemporary artistic imagination plural and inclusive visions that renew the discourses and knowledge of art history."
Born in Mexico and living in Montreal, Mariza Rosales Argonza is a visual artist, curator and independent researcher. She is a graduate of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). University of Mexico (UNAM), she holds a master's degree in art history and a doctorate in modern and in modern and contemporary art. She has taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs. and graduate programs. Her research focuses on Chicano art, Latino-Quebec art and issues of equity. and equity issues from a decolonial perspective, she is interested in the relationships between art and society, particularly in intercultural societies. At Quebec, Mariza Rosales did a postdoctoral internship at UQAM. She was responsible for the scientific coordination of the Interuniversity Center for Studies on Letters, Arts and Traditions traditions (CELAT), from 2012 to 2015, and has published essays on art in an intercultural context intercultural context in various publications and specialized journals. In 2018 Mariza Rosales edited the book of essays entitled Vues transversales, panorama de la scène artistique latino- Quebec art scene (CIDIHCA-LatinArte). She has collaborated as a researcher and curator in various cultural organizations here and abroad. Currently, she is Project Manager - cultural diversity in the arts, by interim at the Conseil des arts de Montréal.