Carla Acevedo-Yates is a curator, researcher, and art critic based in San Juan, Puerto Rico and New York.
Bruce Altshuler is Director of the Program in Museum Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York University.
Florencia Alvarado (Maracaibo, 1984) studied Graphic Design at La Universidad del Zulia and obtained her Master’s Degree in Communication Design at Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Lupe Álvarez has a degree in art history and is an art critic, a professor, and a researcher. She has been Director of Catálogo de Arte Contemporáneo Ecuatoriano and Director of Research for the art area of MAAC (Museo Antropológico y de Arte Contemporáneo de Guayaquil). She was also curator of that institution during its first four years of existence.
Lian Amaris is a writer, artist, and creative communicator working to connect real world experiences, performance events, and the new media landscape.
Jens Andermann teaches at New York University. He writes about modern Latin American arts, film, literature, architecture and material culture, and their intersections with extractivism and the legacies of coloniality.
Armando Andrade Tudela is an artist working across a range of media, tracing the flow of objects, images and materials between different aspects of culture including architecture, social/political movements and history.
Iosu Aramburu (b. 1986) lives in and works from Lima. He has participated in some shows and international fairs and has won some awards.
Magali Arriola is an art critic and independent curator. She was curator of the Jumex Foundation for Contemporary Art between 2011 and 2014; chief curator of the Tamayo Museum between 2009 and 2011, and of the Museo Carrillo Gil from 1998 to 2001.
Felipe Arturo is an architect and artist born in Bogotá in 1979. His practice takes elements from fields in the proximities of urbanism, architecture and art in relation to politics, history, geography and economy.
Grisel Arvelaez P. is an art historian.