Committee Members 2023

Omar López-Chahoud

Artistic director of UNTITLED. His trajectory as an independent curator covers numerous exhibitions in the global context, like the Nicaraguan Biennial in March 2014, and curatorial panels at major institutions such as the MoMA PS1 and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others.

Jose Luís Lorenzo

Art collector and member of the Latin American Art Acquisitions Committee of the Tate Modern, London. Lorenzo is also a celebrated architect, owner of the firm Lorenzo y Asociados Arquitectos and president of DINA (Diseñadores Nacionales Asociados).

Jérôme Pantalacci

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 Roger Pailhas.

Marie Elena Angulo

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. Angulo is also an attorney at law specializing in financial matters.


Cofounder and partner of Feria Material in Mexico City since 2014. Her trajectory includes opening her art gallery in 2021, Castilla / Klyuyeva, in Monterrey, and starting Cuadrante, a cultural festival to promote art, design, and architecture in Monterrey.


Jesper Stieler has been art collecting for 35 years and is a member of the Danish Collecting Society. As a founder of the Stieler & Company, he has traveled worldwide for business, an experience that has allowed him to discover the international contemporary art scene and to spot new emerging artists.

Domenico de Chirico

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. 


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.

Peer advisors i comissaris

Myriam Amroun

Myriam Amroun is an independent curator and cultural practitioner. She is the co-founder and former artistic director of rhizome.  

Capitalizing on more than ten years of experience, she worked for several years on issues related to the arts as a vector for reactivating and reclaiming public spaces in Algiers, and creating interstitial spaces for social and cultural gatherings of communities, for which she received the Prince Claus Seed Award in 2021. 

Combining both her institutional and independent work, Amroun’s practice lies at the intersection of arts, culture, humanities and politics.


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.

GIUseppe Casarotto

Art collector and president of ClubGAMEC, a cultural association that promotes and supports the Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery of Bergamo. Casarotto is also co-founder of Seven-Gravity-Collection, a private group focused on the acquisition of video art and the promotion of young video artists.


Natasha Marie Llorens (PhD, Columbia University) is a writer, independent curator, and professor of art theory at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. She writes about contemporary art and film with a focus on the representation of violence and decoloniality in the arts and institutions. Llorens’s writing has appeared in Arab Studies Journal,Artforum, e-flux Criticismfrieze, and the Journal of North African Studies, among others. Llorens is currently working in collaboration with Tours-based artist Massinissa Selmani on a two-year artistic research project about “1,000 Socialist Villages,” focused on an urban planning initiative launched in Algeria in the mid-1970s.



Margot Cuevas (Barcelona, 1995) is an art historian and independent curator. Her curatorial practice has developed in parallel with cultural management having worked in Institutions such as the Blueproject Foundation in Barcelona (2017-2019) in production, artistic management. She is currently working at Bombon projects gallery, in Barcelona since 2019 and as project manager of the SWAB fair in Barcelona (2023). Currently she also directs and commissions the independent project Raccoon that opened in June 2022.



Gisela Chillida (Barcelona, 1987): graduated in Art History (UB) – Master in Advanced Studies in Art History (UB). She is an art writer and independent curator. Her interests are focused on the artistic “work”, especially in the relationship between artistic production and its placement in the “public sphere” outside the art institution, a line of research that she carries out as a member of GRAE (Grup de Recreca Artística), at EINA – Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art de Barcelona (University Center of Design and Art of Barcelona). She is currently coordinator of the cultural platform Hänsel* i Gretel. Between 2018 and 2020, she was the director of the LOOP Discover Videoart Award, held in the framework of LOOP Barcelona. She writes regularly for several magazines and cultural publications, including Bonart, Hänsel i Gretel, La Maleta de Portbou or Adesk. Since June 2018, he has been a member of the creative and thinking space FASE, located in Hospitalet de Llobregat.




Alfonse Chiu (Singapore/Taipei) is a writer, artist and commissioner who works at the intersection of text, space and moving image. His practice investigates the imaginaries of capital and ideologies shaped by media infrastructures and networked economies. He is the founder of the Centre for Urban Mythologies (CUM), an artistic and critical research platform that explores narratives of the urban condition to propose broader situated critiques of capitalism and the Anthropocene positioned from the Global South. In the late 2021 they became fellows of the magazine e-flux and in 2021/22 associate commissioners of DECK. Their projects, performances and collaborations have been presented internationally at Ars Electronica, PACT Zollverein and, more recently, at Medialab Matadero in Madrid.
His most recent exhibition, “This Is What We Believe”, was presented at the Goethe-Institut Singapore in 2022.

As a cultural journalist and independent researcher, he has collaborated with the Department of Architecture of the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Heritage Society on projects related to urban development and heritage conservation. His texts have been published internationally in publications such as Hyperallergic, Ocula and Art Basel Editorial; and he has received awards from institutions such as the Asian Film Archive, the Arsenal Institute for Film and Video Art and the Sharjah Architecture Triennial Research Initiative.

Winner of the inaugural Young Climate Prize 2023 organized by The World Around.


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Carla Gimeno Jaria (Barcelona, 1994) is a curator, researcher and cultural manager. She has a degree in Communication and Cultural Industries from the University of Barcelona, a postgraduate degree in Contemporary Art Analysis from the same university and a master’s degree in Curating & Collections from the University of the Arts London. She has curated projects at South London Gallery, The Koppel Project, Flat Time House, CC Can Felipa, Àngels Barcelona, CC La Farinera del Clot or the LOOP festival, among others. She has also written articles for OnCurating, ISIT Magazine, METAL Magazine, El Punt Avui, Häsel i Gretel or El Temps de Les Arts. She currently directs the Nogueras Blanchard gallery, in Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona).