Cristina Cámara

Art historian and cultural resource manager
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Since 2006, she has been running the film and video collection at the Museo Reina Sofía, where she is in charge of, among other things, the José Val del Omar collection and its presentation in the permanent exhibition halls. She has been on the curating team for exhibitions of the Museum's collection, such as The Enemies of Poetry: Resistance in Latin America and A Drunken Boat: Eclecticism, Institutionalism and Disobedience in the '80s (2021). Her work has focused on experimental and exhibition film, as well as audiovisual essays by artists working on the environmental crisis such as Rosa Barba and Ursula Biemann; political and social issues, such as María Ruido and Ariella Azoulay; and forgotten histories, such as Patricia Esquivias and Rosalind Nashashibi.