Lynda Klich is an art historian specializing in modernism in Latin America. Her first book, The Noisemakers: Estridentismo, Vanguardism, and Social Action in Postrevolutionary Mexico (University of California Press, 2018) examined Latin American and European transnational networks and the relationships among culture and politics, nationalism and cosmopolitanism, and modernism and popular culture. It received the Phillips Collection Book Prize. While a visiting fellow at Bard Graduate Center, she will focus on a book project that considers colonial revival aesthetics and race in 1920s–30s Mexico. Klich was co-editor and contributor to Visual Typologies from the Early Modern to the Contemporary: Local Contexts and Global Practices (Routledge, 2018; paperback 2021). She also is curator of the Leonard A. Lauder Postcard Collection, the subject of various collaborative projects with the MFA Boston, including the recent exhibition and catalogue, Real Photo Postcards: Pictures from a Changing Nation (2022). Klich is associate professor at Hunter College, City University of New York, where she earned her MA. She received her PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.