Tatiane Schilaro Santa Rosa is a Brazilian-born scholar, art writer, and independent curator. She was a 2018-19 Whitney Museum Independent Study Program fellow (Critical Studies), and is a Ph.D. Candidate in Visual Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. She has curated shows at the Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, TX), A.I.R. Gallery, NARS Foundation, and SPRING/BREAK Art Show all in New York, at the Fundação Pró-Memória in São Paulo-Brazil, and at the ArteActual FLASCO in Quito, Ecuador. She graduated in 2015 with an MFA from the Art Writing Master’s Program at the School of Visual Arts, and has an MA in Art History, Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Her essays and reviews have been published by Guernica, The Brooklyn Rail, ARTNews, Artcritical, Hyperallergic, LatinxSpaces, and NewCityBrazil. Her essay on artist Joiri Minaya appeared in The Matter of Photography in the Americas exhibition catalogue, published by Stanford Press, 2018. She has been a visiting faculty at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the San Francisco Art Institute, and the University of California Santa Cruz. She is also AnnexB’s Creative Director and Curator.