Josefa Ortega is a curator who holds a Master’s in Art History and a degree in Social Communication. Since 2012, she has worked in the commission of artistic projects in inSite Casa Gallina. She has curated at institutions such as Casa del Lago, Center for the Arts Monterrey, and the Museum of Modern Art where she collaborated between 2007 and 2012 in the research and curatorship area, curating various exhibitions, amongst them are: Neomexicanismos? Identity fictions in the Mexico of the eighties, Cimbra: speculative and armed forms metaphysical, beautiful & stubborn. Nine arguments about painting, Presumed guilty and Animal Roto among others. She has also coordinated various books, such as Carga útil, 39 contemporary artists at MAM, the facsimile of the magazine Visual Arts, as well as the book México Abstracto.The collection of the Museum of Modern Art in the spirit of an era (1950-1979), edited by the Museum of Modern Art. She currently works as an editorial coordinator in Mexico for Art Nexus magazine. In the teaching area he has collaborated giving courses at the Autonomous University of Mexico City, National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museography and in the San Agustín Etla Arts Center, among others.