Tomás Toledo (São Paulo, 1986) lives and works in São Paulo. He majored in Philosophy at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), and took part in the 2013–2014 edition of Programa Independente da Escola São Paulo (PIESP), directed by Adriano Pedrosa and co-directed by Ana Paula Cohen. Among his latest notable curatorial endeavors are: Colonial Enterprise, Caixa Cultural, São Paulo, 2016; Daily Narratives, Galeria Fayga Ostrower, Funarte, Brasília, 2015 (solo by Bruno Baptistelli); Taipa-tapume, Galeria Leme, São Paulo, 2014; Heist Films Entertainment (solo by Gustavo von Ha), Museu Oscar Niemeyer (MON), Curitiba, 2014; The Statement in Question, Curatorial Lab, SP-Arte, São Paulo, 2013. He is currently curator at Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP), where he has co-curated, in 2015, the following exhibitions: Art from Brazil up Until 1900; Art from Italy: from Raphael to Titian; León Ferrari: Between Dictatorships; and Art in Fashion: Masp's Rhodia Collection. In 2016, co-curated with Adriano Pedrosa and Julieta González the exhibition The Hand of the Brazilian People, 1969/2016, and dedicated himself to research about Lina Bo Bardi and Brazilian popular culture.