Victor Zamudio-Taylor is an international curator of Latin American and contemporary art whose work addresses historical and current issues. An advisor to institutions and foundations, Zamudio-Taylor lectures widely in the United States and abroad, and is a member of the editorial board of Art Nexus and a co-editor of Origina, the Mexican arts monthly. He has organized project spaces for ARCO 03, 04 and 05, and recently co-produced The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo for broadcast this spring on PBS. He is chief curator of O-Lamm, a new video and photography space in Mexico City. Zamudio-Taylor publishes widely and has received numerous academic awards, among them the Rockefeller Foundation Senior Research Fellowship. Curatorial endeavors include Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, co-curated with Pedro Alonzo with venues at Rufino Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art, Mexico City and MARCO, Monterrey, Mexico in 2003; with Liz Armstrong, Ultra Baroque: Aspects of Post-Latin American Art, which opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA in 2000 and traveled widely; and with Virginia Fields, The Road to Aztlán: Art from a Mythic Homeland, which debuted at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA in 2001.