Camila Palomino is an independent curator and researcher from New York City. Her research is invested in the aesthetic relationships between urban infrastructures, social memory, and imaging technologies.

Camila is currently curatorial assistant at the Vera List Center, the 2021-2022 Curator in Residence at Abrons Art Center, and the 2022 In Practice Curatorial Fellow at SculptureCenter.

She has previously held curatorial positions and contributed research to exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA PS1, The Drawing Center, and the 58th Carnegie International. She is a curatorial consultant at Amie Gross Architects on a project that commissions artworks by Queens-based artists for new affordable housing buildings in the borough. Camila has also been a visiting lecturer in The Photography Program at Bard College. She holds a BA from the University of Chicago and an MA in Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.

Curatorial projects include:
In Practice: Literally means collapse with Marco Barrera, Violet Dennison, Enrique Garcia, Ignacio Gatica, Cherisse Gray, Allen Hung-Lun Chen, Jessica Kairé, Alan Martín Segal, Fred Schmidt-Arenales, Stella Zhong, and Monsieur Zohore at SculptureCenter (Long Island City, Queens); Return Sale with Christian Hincapié, Emily Jacir, and Rose Salane at Abrons Arts Center (Lower East Side, NYC); C21OWO with Rose Salane at the Hessel Museum of Art (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY); The Delson (Jamaica, Queens); Bubbles with Monira Al Qadiri at ACUD Galerie (Berlin, DE)