Estrellita B. Brodsky, PhD, is a New York-based curator, collector and philanthropist, and an advocate for the art from Latin America. She has endowed curatorial positions in Latin American art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, and MoMA and serves as a member of The Metropolitan Museum’s Latin American Art Initiative, MoMA’s Latin American and Caribbean Fund, and the Tate Americas Foundation board of trustees. She received the 2011 Manhattan Borough President’s Outstanding Achievement Award in recognition of her work in the field of Latin American art in the City of New York. She is the founder of ANOTHER SPACE, a program established by the Daniel and Estrellita B. Brodsky Foundation to broaden international awareness and appreciation of art from Latin America.
Brodsky holds a doctorate in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University and a Master's Degree from Hunter College. She curated the first U.S. museum survey of Julio Le Parc at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM): Julio Le Parc: Form into Action, (2016-2017); the first U.S. retrospective of the Venezuelan kinetic artist Carlos Cruz-Diez at the Americas Society in 2008; and Jesus Soto: Paris and Beyond, 1950-1970 at Grey Art Gallery, New York University, in 2012. A former co-chair of El Museo del Barrio, she has taught at Hunter College, and lectured and written extensively on Post-War Latin American art.