Sophie Bonet is a South Florida based interdisciplinary artist and curator. Her academic background includes studies in Anthropology(AS), World History, and Fine Arts (BA, MFA), and is currently pursuing a Master of Humanities for Art & Contemporary Culture with the University of Catalunya, Spain.
Sophie was exposed to the arts from a young age and discovered her calling for curating while working at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MABCA). Her drive to expand professionally took her to explore platforms in the United States, such as the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, where she worked on research and curatorial assignments.
In 2016 she relocated to South Florida, where she continued to develop her curatorial practice at Village Design Art Gallery in Fort Lauderdale, where for the first time, curated and produced her original artistic material. Later that year, she founded Arts Des Femmes, an all-female touring exhibition composed by multidisciplinary local and international artists.
Her interests include current socio-cultural and sociopolitical issues and theories, including studies behind the concept of identity, the impact of contemporary social movements, and environmental conservation.
In her current role as the lead curator at ArtServe, Sophie is committed to creating platforms for artists of all genres to develop significant works by fostering collaboration, experimentation, and artistic excellence.