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Eduardo Carrera is a curator, researcher, and art blogger. He received his degree in visual art from the Universidad Catolica in Ecuador. He worked as a curator for Center de Arte Contemporaneo in Quito, Ecuador (2011-13). Carrera is currently the Research Coordinator at Fundacion Museos de la Ciudad. He is also the Director and Curator of No Lugar-AC, a space for exhibitions and residencies. Carrera is the coordinator for Premio Brasil–Arte Emergente and has curated various exhibitions such as SEXO-DROGAS & ROCK N ROLL, Quito (2013); Situaciones de hacinamiento, Quito (2013); EL DESEO ES LA FORMA, CAC, Quito (2013); EVERNESS, Alianza Francesa, Quito (2013); La (in) materialidad de la linea, No Lugar-AC, Quito (2012); and PAROLE, No Lugar-AC, Quito (2012).