Florencia Battiti holds a BA degree of Philosophy and Letters from the University of Buenos Aires and a Postgraduate degree in Cultural Communication and Management from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences. At present she serves as a professor of modern and contemporary Argentine and Latin American art and also as a curator of the Parque de la Memoria - The remembrance Park-, Where since 2000, she runs the Public Art Program and the curatorship of the room of exhibitions in which the first samples of Bill Viola and Alfredo Jaar took place in Argentina.
Mario Gioia Independent Curator, graduated by ECA-USP (School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo). He has been a member of the group of critics of the Paço das Artes since 2011, an institution in which he has been critical follower of Red Light (2015) by Fabio Flaks, Black Market (2012) by Paulo Almeida, and A Riscar (2011) by Daniela Seixas.
Matías Allende Contador (Santiago de Chile, 1990) is a researcher and curator of contemporary art, he has particularly developed research involving art and contemporary culture in the Southern Cone.
Oscar Roldán Master in plastic arts and political science (Magister) of the University of Antioquia. As an independent artist he has made several solo and group exhibitions at national and international level, in which he has obtained significant mentions and distinctions. In addition, he has led several cultural projects of a collective nature.
Yara Sonseca Mas is and independent curator who has an Art History Bachelor’s degree by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
She started her work as curator at the Fundación Mapfre in Madrid, by coordinating exhibitions, introductory seminars to contemporary art, and her incipient collection on paper between 2001 and 2004.
Alma Ruiz Senior Fellow at Sotheby’s Institute of Art/Claremont Graduate University, and a member of the Advisory Committee for the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation in Miami.
Max Hernández Calvo is an independent curator, researcher and art critic. He received the Cisneros Scholarship for Latin American curators (2005 - 2007). He curated exhibitions and published texts on contemporary art in Latin America, USA. and Europe. In 2015 he was appointed curator of the Peru Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennial. He is currently a professor and researcher in the Department of Art and in the Master's Degree in Art History and Curator of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
Susana Pomba As an independent art curator, Pomba has been responsible for projects in peculiar settings and contexts that have challenged artists to produce new works in different mediums. Example of that is “O dia pela noite” (Day for night, 2010), an exhibition featuring 10 artists inside Lux Frágil night club (2010 – 2012, riverside Lisbon) and the one-off night event series titled “Old School” (2011-2018) that presented the work of more than 50 artists at Rua das Gaivotas 6 (Lisbon).
Luis Romero Plastic artist, cultural manager, curator and independent editor. As an artist, he has extensive experience with solo exhibitions in Venezuela, the United States, the Netherlands and Bolivia.