Chloë Sayer is an independent scholar and curator, specializing in Mexican art and culture. Based in London, she is a Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain.
Chloë is a specialist in Mexican popular culture. She has traveled widely in Mexico researching textile traditions, crafts, festivals and dances. Her many books include “Costumes of Mexico,” “The Arts and Crafts of Mexico” and “Textiles of Mexico” (British Museum Press, 2002). She also co-wrote “Mask Arts of Mexico” with Ruth Lechuga (Chronicle Books, 1994).Chloë co-curated the exhibition “The Skeleton at the Feast: The Day of the Dead” in Mexico at the Museum of Mankind in London, and wrote the accompanying book. She lives in London and lectures regularly in museums and art schools. She has collected ethnographic material for the British Museum and has also researched and produced a number of television documentaries for the BBC. Chloë is English.