The curatorial practice and all the ethics inherent in it (recalling here the great difference between ethics and morality) can no longer be hidden behind the fallacy “I do not see gender”. It is common to say that one does not think of the genre of the artist when one looks at a work of art. But it’s necessary to recognize that a work of art is always the result of a series of social processes that are invisible at the moment we contemplate it. Before an artwork is exhibited in a gallery, in a museum, or in an art history book, it has gone through a set of instances of social exclusion and legitimation in which gender categories operate systemically (in Contemporânea magazine Gender (in)visibilities: feminist practices in contemporary artistic production, March 2017, by Ana Cristina Cachola, Daniela Agostinho and Joana Mayer).