Sara Hermann (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1969)

BA-MA Art History from University of Havana, Havana, Cuba. (1991). At the present, and since 2005, works as Specialist of Visual Arts at the Eduardo León Jimenes, Cultural Center en Santiago, Dominican Republic. Hermann was Director of the Museo de Arte Moderno of Dominican Republic in 2000-2004.

Serves as Member of the International Art Advisory Council of Davidoff Arts Initiative. Hermann is also the founder and manager of Curando Caribe a program for pedagogy, contemporary arts and the curatorial established since 2014. As a curator, she conceptualizes and curates exhibitions of contemporary art of artists working from the Caribbean, Central, Latin America and internationally, and her current research interests include the margins of visual arts (both social and territorial) and the role of education, translation and mediation in the public display of the visual.

As a lecturer and teacher Hermann is professor of Art History and Contemporary Art at La Escuela de Diseño de Altos de Chavón (affiliated to Parsons School of Design de New York) in Dominican Republic. Internationally Hermann has lectured at Fundación JUMEX, Mexico D.F (2016); Mercosur Biennial, PortoAlegre, Brazil (2014); X Havana Biennial, Havana Cuba (2009); The Institute of Visual Arts (inova) at University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, United States (2001).
She has dialogued about Caribbean contemporary art in several art fairs including: ArteBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Zona Maco, Mexico D.F. Mexico (2016); Art Basel Conversations, Basel, Switzerland (2015); ArtBo, Bogotá, Colombia (2013-2016); ARCO, Madrid, Spain (2004-2012).
Her publications include: Curating the Caribbean. The Green Box Editorial. David A. Bailey (Editor), Alissandra Cummins (Editor), Axel Lapp (Editor), Allison Thompson (Editor) (2012); Lugares de tránsito: Fotografía y residencias artísticas. Madrid, España (2011); Arte Dominicano Joven: márgenes, género, interacciones y nuevos territorios. Publicaciones AES. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (2009); Territorios mentales, Arte contemporáneo de República Dominicana y Haití. Catálogo Geografías (in)visibles, Arte contemporáneo latinoamericano de la Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros.

Catálogo exposición. Ediciones Centro León. Santiago, Dominican Republic (2008); Reinvenciones: fotografía dominicana post-dictadura. Catálogo exposición. Intituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM). Valencia, España (2005); Arte Contemporáneo Dominicano. Casa de Américas. Madrid, España, (2002).

She is a member of the International Association of Art Critics, and the International Council of Museums.