Curated by Florencia Portocarrero

NEXT proposes the display of emerging galleries selected for their relevance within the contemporary scene of their regions.


The NEXT section brings together those galleries that are committed to making visible the work of young and/or emerging artists. The section seeks to function as a window, for the public of the fair, to the various Latin American cities in which the gallery projects are registered; such as Salta, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Cusco and La Paz


Participating galleries

Aninat Galería (Santiago de Chile, Chile )

Bernardita Cossio + Fernanda López + María Ossandón


Constitución (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Catalina Oz + Carlos Cima +Micaela Piñeiro


NAC (Santiago de Chile, Chile )

Colomba Fontaine + Diego Santa María + David Scognamiglio


Puro (La Paz, Bolivia)

Max Siñani + Paola Bascón


Remota (Salta, Argentina)

Clara Johnston + Matías de la Guerra


Vigil Gonzales (Cusco, Perú / Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Fernando Nureña + Isaac Ernesto


Florencia Portocarrero

(Lima, 1981) is an interdependent curator. Inside and outside institutions, her cultural practice intertwines writing, teaching and organizing exhibitions and public programs. Her research interests focus on how to rewrite art history from a feminist perspective and the questioning of hegemonic ways of knowing. From 2012 to 2013, Portocarrero participated in the Curatorship Program at de Appel Arts Center in Amsterdam, and in 2015 she completed an MA in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths University in London. She has participated in various international conferences and her writings on art and culture appear regularly in specialized magazines and publications. In Lima, she has worked as a curator of public programs at Proyecto AMIL (2015-2019) and was a curatorial advisor to the Contemporary Art Acquisitions Committee of the Lima Art Museum-MALI (2018-2020). Since 2014 she is co-director of Bisagra (; an art collective that has worked in collaboration with artists and professionals from different fields to carry out context sensitive artistic projects.