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Ana Garcia Gibson
Ana Garcia Gibson received a degree in Fine Arts from the Faculty of Arts at the University of Buenos Aires. She has extensive experience working in museums. From 2007 to early 2010, she worked as a guide at the Museum of Fine Arts Eduardo Sivori. Similarly, in 2008, she assisted curator Max Jacoby in the organization of two exhibitions at the Centro Cultural Rojas. In 2010, she was working in the library of the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires. That same year, Gibson joined the New Museum in New York, where she was in charge of the Docent Program for which she coordinated the timing, training, and tours of a team of 20 teachers. While at the museum she also organized the Family Programs that had a strong relationship to the exhibitions that were taking place. When she returned to Buenos Aires in 2011 she worked as a research assistant at the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and edited the catalog of the museum’s collection. Later that year she graduated and continued working as a guide in the Art Collection of Amalia Fortabat Lacroze at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Buenos Aires.