Repositorio11 March, 2022
Mediación Desplazada18 May, 2022
At the international level, more and more countries are investigating the role of cultural institutions in the representation of ethnic and racial diversity, their responsibility in the reproduction of racial inequality and the formulas for implementing mechanisms of justice, equity and inclusion in this field. However, in the Spanish case, in general, and in Madrid, in particular, there are no in-depth studies on this subject. This research aims to fill this gap in relation to the cultural institutions of the Community of Madrid; to know the composition of their management teams, their governance systems, their policies for the acquisition of works, the formation of collections, their curatorial lines and, in general, their stories and narratives on this issue. This study has been carried out by researchers José Ariza and Yeison García, within the framework of the FelipaManuela platform's research residency program. The aim of this work is to promote the development of intersectional inclusion policies in line with the dialogues that are opening in European countries as well as in the United States and Latin America.
Program financed with the support of the grants for independent spaces for contemporary creation 2022/2023 of the Madrid City Council.