Gema Darbo is a curator and researcher London-based. She works across visual culture and curatorial knowledge. Forthcoming: Cámara de maravillas [ANTI]MATERIA Recent proyects: This Screen Intentionally Left Blank, London (2019) Ruta 234 Photobook presented at Offprint, Tate Modern, London (2019) Voice is Open Source at Tate Modern, London (2019) Tocar el Pueblo, Sala Cuarto Espacio, Zaragoza (2019). Making Love With the Things I Hate, awarded by Depford X Gallery, London (2017). Previous to this, she co-founded Widephoto, a curatorial platform focused on learning, exchange and debate around contemporary photography. Proyects include: Fotolibro en Vivo at Centre Contemporary Culture Barcelona (2017), The Online Photobook Club at Foto Colectania, Barcelona (2016).  Babá Khumú Ta Tá  at Wer-Haus Gallery, Barcelona (2016) Geology of the Ineffable, awarded by Can Felipa Visual Arts, Barcelona (2016).

She is currently studying MRes Curatorial/Knowledge at Goldsmiths, London.  
She holds an MA Contemporary Art & Philosophy at Central Saint Martins, London.