Ronda Kasl is Curator of Latin American Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she oversees the development and presentation of a new collection area. A specialist in the art of Spain and Spanish America, her curatorial work is chiefly concerned with the ways in which art objects are embedded in global contexts of making and meaning. Her current research focuses on the cultural consequences of early modern Iberian expansion in the Americas and Asia. Kasl has curated numerous installations and exhibitions, including Sacred Spain: Art and Belief in the Spanish World (2009) and Crossroads: Empires and Emporia (2020–2022). She is the author of The Making of Hispano-Flemish Style: Art, Commerce, and Politics in Fifteenth-Century Castile (Brepols, 2014). Kasl received her Ph.D. in the history of art from New York University.