Dr. Tatiane Santa Rosa is a program manager of the Institute of the Arts and Sciences. She received her PhD in Visual Studies from the History of Art and Visual Culture Department at University of California Santa Cruz.
She was a visiting faculty at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the San Francisco Art Institute, and the University of California Santa Cruz. Her dissertation investigated the representation of racial miscegenation and whiteness in transnational photographic practices of Brazilian contemporary artists.
In New York, She was AnnexB Artist Residency’s Creative Director and Curator. As an independent curator, she has organized exhibitions at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas, Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, A.I.R. Gallery, NARS Foundation, and SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York, at the Fundação Pró-Memória in São Paulo, Brazil, and at the ArteActual FLASCO in Quito, Ecuador. She has an MFA from the Art Writing Master’s Degree Program at the School of Visual Arts (NY), and has an MA in Art History from Sotheby’s Institute of Art (NY).
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 catalog, published by Stanford Press.
She was a 2018-19 Whitney Museum Independent Study Program fellow and is an assistant editor of the BLUE/AZUL publication.