(Mexico City, 1971) Is a curator specialized in modern and contemporary Mexican design. She has a bachelor’s degree in Latin American literature from the Universidad Iberoamericana. She has also studied art and museology and is currently in the process of obtaining a master’s degree in art history with a specialization in curatorial studies from UNAM. Mallet is particularly interested in the intersection of contemporary art and design, as well as their links to pop culture. She has worked in museums such as the Soumaya, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Museo del Objeto, and the Museo Rufino Tamayo. Mallet has curated several exhibits for national and international museums. From 2010 to 2012 she was in charge of curating Destination: Mexico, which selected works by sixty designers for the Modern Art Museum’s shops in New York and Tokyo. She has directed the Corredor Cultural Roma Condesa since 2009, which is currently in its eighteenth edition. Ana Elena Mallet participated as an external adviser in Marianna Dellekamp’s presentation of her proposal.