Ana Tuazon is a writer and independent curator. She often writes on the intersection of American art and social movements, and studies how radical political imaginaries are generated through art and cultural production. Her MA thesis research centered on the practices of women of color artists and their complex relationships to feminist art collectives in New York City in the 1970s and '80s, and she has written on artists' anti-racist and decolonial activist work from the 1960s to the present.
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. She has presented at conferences including the College Art Association and Theorizing the Web, and has written for publications such as Art in America, Frieze, Hyperallergic, and Temporary Art Review.