Eduardo Abaroa (Mexico City, 1968) is an artist and writer working in the fields of sculpture, installation, and live action. He has shown his work in several major museums, including MUAC and Museo Tamayo in Mexico; LA MoCA, PS1 and ICA Boston in the United States; Reina Sofía Museum in Spain; Kunstwerke in Germany, the Nottingham Contemporary Museum in the UK, among others. He has participated in Biennial exhibitions in Busan, South Korea, Porto Alegre in Brasil, and Cartagena, Colombia. His most important ongoing project is titled Total Destruction of the Anthropology Museum, which began at kurimanzutto in 2012. As a writer, he was the art reviewer for the Reforma newspaper and has published in other Mexican platforms like Curare, Casper, Moho, Codigo 06140, La Tempestad and Tomo. He has contributed texts for exhibition catalogues of artists related to the Mexican context, such as Francis Alÿs, Melanie Smith, Pablo Vargas Lugo, Tercerunquinto, and Dr. Lakra. In the early nineties, he co-founded the T44 artist run space in Mexico City. He directed the 9th International Symposium of Art Theory in Mexico City (SITAC) in 2011.