Ana Tuazon is a writer and independent curator based in Brooklyn. Since 2015, she has written on the political dimensions of art and cultural production in the U.S., surveying how interconnected liberation movements have deeply influenced artists’ lives and practices.

Ana’s writing first appeared in online publications including Temporary Art Review, Hyperallergic, and Art Practical. She has contributed to several print magazines, among them ARTnews, frieze, and Art in America; she has also written for exhibition publications, most recently, a full-length monograph on Houston artist Jamal Cyrus.

Ana has co-curated exhibitions in collaboration with Interference Archive, No Longer Empty, and NXTHVN. As a critical studies fellow with the Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s Core Program, she organized the exhibition Rewrite the World at the MFAH Glassell School of Art in 2020. She holds a graduate degree in art history and currently teaches part-time at Parsons School of Design, The New School.