Patricia Mayayo (Madrid, 1967) is Professor of History of Art at the Universidad Autónima de Madrid. Her research deals with the history of women artists, feminist and queer historiography, and the study of contemporary artistic practices. In recent years she has focused his research on the study of Spanish art and has published, together with Jorge Luis Marzo, the book Arte en España, 1939-2015. Ideas, prácticas, políticas (Madrid, Cátedra, 2015). She is the author, among other publications, of the Frida Kahlo. Contra el mito (Madrid, Cátedra, 2008), SHistorias de mujeres, historias del arte (Madrid, Cátedra, 2003) and Louise Bourgeois (Hondarribia, Nerea, 2002). She has curated the exhibitions Territorios que importan. Género, arte y ecología (Territories that matter. Gender, art and ecology), together with Juan Guardiola at the Center for Art and Nature – CDAN (Huesca) from October 2018 to January 2019 and Genealogías feministas en el arte español: 1960-2010 (Feminist Genealogies in Spanish art: 1960-2010), together with Juan Vicente Aliaga, at Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y León (León) from June 2012 to January 2013.
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