Montserrat Albores Gleason studied visual arts at the ESMERALDA, Mexico City, and obtained her M.A in Curatorial Studies at the CCS, Bard College, New York. In 2007 she began working as an independent curator while also co-founding the curatorial and research project PETRA in Mexico City. Among her exhibitions are: Elin Wikström’s first retrospective Rebecka espera, Åsa da y Sten aloja (2007) for the Museum SAPS, México City; Doppelgänger. The double of reality (2007), for the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vigo, Spain; Misfeasance? (2009), for the Museum of Art Raúl Anguiano in Guadalajara, México; and recently Lynne Cooke: 3 shows, presented at Petra, México City and at Cleopatra’s, Brooklyn. Since 2011 she has been collaborating with the artist Jorge Pardo, developing the discussion series for his latest piece Tecoh (a site specific project in The Yucatan, Mexico). Albores writes for ArtForum.com and is the author of Misfeasance?, the first publication of her recently founded editorial project Frédéric.