2021 WOPHA Congress



© Melanie Metz. Courtesy of Aldeide Delgado.

Aldeide Delgado

WOPHA Founder & Director

Aldeide Delgado is the founder and director of Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA). She has a background in advising and presenting at art history forums based on photography including, lectures at the Tate Modern, Perez Art Museum Miami, The New School, and California Institute of the Arts. Delgado is a recent recipient of a 2019 Knight Arts Challenge, 2018 School of Art Criticism Fellowship, and a 2017 Research and Production of Critic Essay Fellowship. She is the author of the online archive Catalog of Cuban Women Photographers, as well as the namesake ongoing book. Publications, where she has contributed, include Cuban Art News, Artishock, Terremoto, C&America Latina, Arcadia, as well as diverse independent art blogs. She writes for Artishock, Terremoto, ArtNexus, and C&America Latina. She is an active member of PAMM’s International Women’s Committee, IKT International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, US Latinx Art Forum and Art Table.

© James Pérez. Courtesy of Francisco Maso.

Francisco Maso

WOPHA Founder & Creative Director

Francisco Masó is an AfroLatinx visual artist living and working in Miami, FL. He is the co-founder and creative director of Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA). Masó’s artwork delves into the contemporary understanding of socially shaped “unconscious behaviors” and challenges what is accepted by society as natural, necessary, and normal.

Amanda Bradley

Associate Curator of Programming

Amanda Bradley is a Belizean American artist, curator, and arts professional. She received a BFA in Photography from New World School of the Arts. Her work has been included in both solo and group exhibitions internationally. Bradley is a recipient of the 2024 Catalyst Award from DVCAI and a two-time Suncoast Regional Emmy award-winning producer. She has worked in several arts institutions like Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA), Forgotten Lands, Oolite Arts, Bakehouse Art Complex, and Peréz Art Museum Miami (PAMM), amongst others.

© Ana M. Flores. Courtesy of Victoria Maldonado.

Victoria Maldonado

Event Production and Exhibition Coordinator

Victoria Maldonado is a cultural producer based in Miami, Florida. Her practice involves administration of art spaces, event production and promotion. She has worked with institutions such as The Juan Carlos Maldonado Collection, Pérez Art Museum Miami, New World Symphony, Ibero-American Film Festival. Maldonado obtained a BA from University of the Arts in London (UAL), UK. She directed The Latinxs Collective; a project incubator for emerging creatives working across Central Saint Martin’s, Chelsea College of Art and UK Mexican Arts Society. Additionally, Maldonado has produced editorial material featured in Atmos Earth, Daily Journal Autre Magazine and Vogue Italia, amongst others.

Zonia Zena

Event Production and Exhibition Coordinator

Zonia Zena is a photo-based artist and archivist born in Peru and based between Miami and Lima. Graduated with a BFA in Visual Arts from the University of Florida and New World School of the Arts. Currently earning a MLIS degree with concentration in Study of Archives at the University of Alabama. A member of Women Photograph and The Journal Collective. Zena applies photography as a bridge to speak about the relationships between nature and individuals which opens into worlds where folktales and myths take over. Whilst personal movements and migrating had sparked a sense of nostalgia, a lack of belonging always turns up and it becomes another venue to explore. A Fulbright recipient in Spain and field archivist in art-related projects in Miami.

Rebecca Landesman and Jordan Blumetti

Communications and Media Relations
LABL Agency
Rebecca Landesman is the founder and principal strategist of LABL, a marketing and communications agency based in Miami. She works alongside her husband, Jordan Blumetti, the studio’s editorial director, to serve a growing portfolio of arts, architecture, design, and hospitality clients seeking full-scope marketing services, media relations, brand development, and creative strategies.


David Campany

Curator, writer, editor, and educator
Courtesy of Amy Rosenblum-Martín.

Amy Rosenblum-Martín

WOPHA Curator of Programming
(New York)

Amy Rosenblum-Martín is an independent curator of contemporary art and a Guggenheim educator with expertise in Latinx art. Having worked with various international museums, including The Bronx Museum, MoMA, MCA Chicago, London’s National Portrait Gallery, Reina Sofía, and MACBA in Barcelona, she is committed to equity and community engagement.

Pablo Helguera

Visual artist, performer, author, and educator
(New York)