As a scholar of Latin American and global contemporary art, I study the role played by art biennials in the expansion of the global contemporary art industry to new territories. I write extensively about contemporary art in Cuba and Mexico.

My writing has appeared in The LA Review of Books, FIELD a journal of socially engaged art, CAA Reviews, and CONCRETA. In December 2016 Spanish press Consonni published Yo veo / tĂș significas, my Spanish translation of Lucy R. Lippard's I See / You Mean (1972, 2016). I am co-author of the catalog of Los Sujetos, exhibition in the Spanish Pavilion of the 2015 Venice Biennale.

Other recent publications include"
. "Realism in the Work of Maria Thereza Alves", Afterall journal, Fall 2017
. "Global Contemporary Art Tourism: Engaging with Cuban Authenticity Through the Bienal de La Habana", in Tourism Planning & Development journal, November 8, 2017.

Since 2014 I am a member of the editorial collective of FIELD, a journal of socially engaged art criticism.

During Summer Session 1 2017 I designed and taught my first upper division seminar as instructor of record, VIS128C "20th Century Art as International Phenomenon".