Heliana Angotti-Salgueiro has a PhD in History of Art (École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris), 1992. She was a Post Doctoral Fellow at The Getty Foundation and FAPESP (1993-1996); ARIHA Fellow in US museums (1998), and later awarded with a Collaborative Research Grant from The Getty Research Institute (2004-2006). She taught and directed projects at University of São Paulo. As Head Professor of a Brazilian Chair at MSH-EHESS in Paris, she has taught in French universities. Curator of international exhibitions and author of many books and articles in interdisciplinary fields crossing Urban Studies and Cultural History of Architecture/Urbanism, Human Geography and Modern Photography. She is associated to research groups at IEA-University of São Paulo, FAU-University Mackenzie, and has connections to the research group Mapping International Criticism (University of Rennes 2, France). She currently directs a research team on Urban Intermedia about São Paulo and Buenos Aires.
Project: Urban Visual Representations in São Paulo and their North-American References (1920’s-1950’s)