María Montero Sierra



María Montero Sierra is an art historian and curator, and currently the Head of Program of TBA21–Academy. Under the initiative of the Academy, she is developing “Fishing Fly,” a research project on the relationships between marine and human ecosystems through the prism of eating. Her curatorial projects include Frequency Singular Plural, a cycle of performances at CentroCentro, Madrid, Spain (2019), and En los cantos nos diluimos, at Sala de Arte Joven de la Comunidad de Madrid (2017), next to other collaborations, such as Joan Jonas: Moving Off the Land, presented at Tate Modern (2018), and TBA21–Academy’s The Current II (2018–2020) and The Current III (2021–2025). Montero Sierra graduated in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, in 2006, and obtained her Master’s degree (MA) from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard), New York, in 2013.