Eduardo Carrera R is a first-year doctoral student (James D. McDonough Fellowship in Queer Art History) focusing on Latin American contemporary and modern art. His research interests lie in postcolonial and queer approaches to art history, curatorial practices and writing. Most recently, he served as the Director and curator at Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Quito (CAC Quito 2017-2022). His texts have been published in catalogs and specialized magazines such as Artpress, L'internationale, Artishock, Terremoto, among others. He has more than ten years of experience working and collaborating with museums and cultural institutions in Ecuador, Spain, Brazil, Italy, Peru, Argentina and the United States.