Natalia Viera Salgado
Natalia Viera Salgado is a Puerto Rican curator and curatorial consultant based in New York City and Puerto Rico. She is also the co-founder of Pública Espacio Cultural, an independent art space in Alto del Cabro, Santurce, Puerto Rico. Her art historical research focuses on contemporary art in relation to decolonial practices, architecture, social and environmental justice, and new media with a keen interest in hybrid and interdisciplinary projects. She has collaborated with División de Diseño, and worked at El Museo del Barrio, Art in General, Socrates Sculpture Park, and The Nathan Cummings Foundation. Currently, she is the Assistant Curator of Visual Arts at Americas Society, and is the curatorial resident at the Abrons Arts Center (2020-2021).
Art, Activism, and the Environment in Puerto Rico
Water issues have become one of the most pressing global challenges of the 21st century, and Puerto Rico is no exception. Although freshwater abounds, the islands streams and rivers are running dry, lakes are shrinking, and aquifers are being critically depleted.
Arte, activismo y medioambiente en Puerto RicoBy Iberia Pérez González and Natalia Viera Salgado
Los problemas del agua se han convertido en uno de los retos mundiales más urgentes del siglo XXI, y Puerto Rico no es una excepción