A golden sculpture of a winged woman holding a laurel wreath with her right arm and a broken chain with the other rises stoically above Mexico City. She is standing on her toes, bare chested, on a stone column erected over a base with five male figures known as the “Apotheosis to the Father of… Read more →
Maria is currently doing her MA in Art History at Concordia University in Montreal. She holds a BA with honours in Cultural Heritage Conservation from Escuela de Conservación y Restauración de Occidente in Guadalajara, Mexico. Her research interests are art conservation history and theory, new materialism, feminism, and material culture. As a professional conservator she has worked in different institutions in Canada and Mexico, including Library and Archives Canada, City of Ottawa Archives, and LADiPA-COLMICH.