Ana Carolina Ralston works as an art curator and journalist. She was artistic director of Galeria Kogan Amaro, with units in São Paulo and Zurich, and curator of the FAMA museum, in Itu/SP, from 2018 to 2020. She is editor-in-chief of Moda magazine, a monthly publication that accompanies the newspaper O Estado de S Paulo, about fashion and culture. She was senior culture and lifestyle editor at Vogue Brazil between 2013 and 2018, and wrote the 2019 editions of Harper's Bazaar Art. She received a master's degree in cultural journalism from Columbia New York University in Spain and is currently pursuing a postgraduate degree in art, criticism and curation at PUC-SP. In 2022, Ana Carolina Ralston curated the exhibition Tridimensional Brasilidade– which occupies the outside of the Arca, a new project by SP-ARTE.