Zanna Gilbert is an art historian and curator. Zanna completed her PhD with Tate Research and the School of Philosophy and Art History at the University of Essex. Her research focuses on artists’ networks, mail art, Fluxus, and Conceptual art, as well as modern and contemporary art in Latin America. From 2012-2015, she was postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Drawings & Prints at MoMA where she was responsible for C-MAP research activities dedicated to deepening the knowledge of history and artistic production in Latin America and was co-editor of post. In 2009, she organized an exhibition of Felipe Ehrenberg’s work, drawn from the Tate Archive, as well as a symposium at Tate Modern, “Outside the Material World,” in conjunction with the exhibition Pop Life: Art in a Material World. She curated the exhibitions Intimate Bureaucracies: Art and the Mail (2011) and Contested Games: Mexico 68’s Design Revolution (2012), both at the University of Essex. She co-curated a retrospective of the Brazilian artist Daniel Santiago (Museum of Modern Art Aloisio Magalhães, Recife, 2012; and MAC-Niterói, 2014, with Cristiana Tejo); It Narratives: The Movement of Art as Information (Franklin Street Works, 2014, with Brian Droitcour); Edgardo Antonio Vigo: The Unmaker of Objects (MoMA, 2014, with Jennifer Tobias); Home Archives: Paulo Bruscky and Robert Rehfeldt's Mail Exchanges (Chert, Berlin 2015) and contributed a section on mail art for the exhibition Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960-1980 (MoMA, 2015). Her projects "MoMA Cubicle" and "MaMA Cubicle" were exhibition spaces in her cubicle and MoMA's lactation room respectively. Her texts have appeared in Art in America, Art Margins, Fillip, OEI, Arte y Parte, Caiana, Blanco sobre Blanco, and Art in Print, as well as in a number of exhibition catalogues and books.