Committee

Committee Omar

Artistic director of UNTITLED, known for curating exhibitions globally, including the Nicaraguan Biennial in March 2014. He has curated panels at institutions like MoMA PS1 and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others.

Committee Joseluis

An art collector and member of Tate Modern's Latin American Art Acquisitions Committee in London, he is also a renowned architect and the president of DINA (Diseñadores Nacionales Asociados) at Lorenzo y Asociados Arquitectos.

Founder and director of ART-O-RAMA, contemporary art fair in Marseille. His previous trajectory includes working at the Roger Pailhas gallery and at the organization “Art Dealers”, the art fair created by himself.

Art collector, patron of the Contemporary Art Society in London, and member of the Board of Oolite Arts, one of Miami’s largest visual artist support organizations. She is also an attorney at law specializing in financial matters.

Committee Isa

Cofounder and partner of Feria Material in Mexico City since 2014. In 2021, she opened Castilla / Klyuyeva gallery in Monterrey and initiated Cuadrante, a cultural festival promoting art, design, and architecture in the same city.

Jesper

As the founder of Stieler & Company, a 35-year art collector, and a member of the Danish Collecting Society, his business travels have immersed him in the global contemporary art scene, sharpening his eye for emerging artists.

Committee Domenico

Independent curator. His trajectory includes the artistic direction of DAMA Fair, Turin (2016-2019), curation at MIA Art Fair, Milan, and many other exhibitions in the global context. 

Committee Pedro

An art collector and avid traveler, he is interested in how contemporary art is influenced by different cultures. In his professional career, Pedro is a lawyer specializing in real estate and regulatory matters.

Committee Laura

Laura Peh is a novelist, founder of Cinnamon Art Publishing, and lives between Singapore and London. She has been collecting contemporary art since 2019 with a focus on socially-engaged practices from Southeast Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

curators

Curators Yipei

Yipei Lee, born in Taipei in 1985, founded SUAVEART. With a background in Economics and Fashion Design, she later earned an MBA in Art Market Management in 2019 from École d'Arts et de Culture France. Since 2008, she has focused on the Southeast Asian contemporary art scene, curating exhibitions and promoting cultural exchanges. SUAVEART was established in 2015. SUAVEART, a research-driven curatorial institution founded in Taiwan in 2015, explores environment, nonhuman perspectives, and nonplaces in Southeast Asian contemporary art since 2008. It fosters experimental cultural initiatives and interdisciplinary collaborations through artistic research, residencies, curation, and international exchanges with industry partners and communities.

Curators Kelvin

Kelvin Kyung Kun Park is an artist based in Seoul, born in 1978. He works primarily in the mediums of film and video, photography, and installation, with a focus on exploring the unconscious and its relationship with technology and subjectivity. His acclaimed works have been exhibited worldwide at venues such as the Busan International Film Festival, Berlinale, MoMA, Taipei Biennale, and Sharjah Biennale. Park has received numerous awards, including the Art Spectrum Award from Leeum Samsung Museum of Art and Best Documentary at the Busan Film Festival. Notable solo exhibitions include "When Tigers Used to Smoke" (2022) at OCAT Museum, Shanghai, and "Double Mirror" (2020) at the Shanghai Museum of Glass.

Curators Santiago

Santiago Gasquet is an Argentine curator and gallery owner with a long career in the field of art management and curatorship. He currently co-directs the PIEDRAS gallery, an independent space for the exhibition, production, research and commercialization of contemporary art in the city of Buenos Aires. He also carries out different curatorial projects that promote the crossing of experiences related to contemporary art between Argentina, Spain, Peru, Mexico and Chile, among other places.

Carla Gimeno Jaria is a curator, cultural manager, and researcher based in Barcelona, focusing on the impact of semiocapitalism on bodies and artistic practices. With a background in Communication and Cultural Industries from the University of Barcelona and advanced studies in contemporary art curating in London, she is a co-founder of the trans-collective, which promotes critical reflection and research in the field of contemporary art, organizing exhibitions at various international venues such as Flat Time House in London and Less than Container Load in Nogueras Blanchard Gallery. Among her most recent projects are "Meatspace" at The Koppel Project Hive and "quality time | GRWM" for Loop Barcelona.