Paula Mikulan is an art consultant, curator and producer of exhibitions and art events. She has been a consultant on Argentinean art for educational institutions including Harvard University, Berkeley University, Stamford University, Wellesley College, among others as well as for Art & Antiques NY, Perfil Editorial News Magazine BA, Editions Art & Nature Spain, The Phillips Collections Washington, Oakland Museum California, and many private collectors.
Most recently, she has curated and produced the exhibition Tin Can Maps, Consulado Argentino NY; Mural Villa 21, Ministry of Culture Buenos Aires; Mural Villa 31, Buenos Aires; Central Park Open Studios 2013/2015, Barracas BA; Caminos Cruzados, Consulado Argentino NY, Maps to get lost, Centro Cultural Recoleta BA and Castagnino Museum Rosario; Impresiones Argentinas, Centro Cultural Recoleta and Castagnino Museum. Paula Mikulan Ediciones has participated in Frankfurt Art Fair 2009, MOMA PS1 2012/2013, Feria del Libro BA 2011.
She is currently working on social art projects with the Argentine Ministry of Culture, Mural Islas Malvinas – Malvinas Museum, and A View From the Cloud with Streaming Museum.