Updated: May 22
Marietta Bernstorff is a cultural promoter, artist, and curator who utilizes her 30 years of experience in the arts, in both Mexico and the United States, to help build bridges so that people can communicate through the arts on important issues that we face today in both countries. She develops innovative and creative art exhibitions and educational programs that deal with complex social issues in both countries, such as migration, the environment, racism, and sustainability in social art projects. She has developed over 35 exhibitions in numerous cultural institutions and museums in both countries and is currently working on a traveling exhibition for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Oaxaca, Mexico (MACO) with Oaxaca Artisans and artist from the United States. She is the founder of the Women’s Collective MAMAZ (Women Artists and Maize), which is a global internetwork of women artists in Canada, Mexico, USA, and Cuba who work on environmental issues such as native seeds, and is the Founder of the Tanivet Project in Oaxaca, Mexico, and ArtNetwork.