Nicolás Bacal (Buenos Aires, 1985) is a musician and visual artist; he graduated in electroacoustic composition from the National University of Quilmes.
Frank Báez is a Dominican poet. He is the author of the books of poetry Postales and Anoche soñé que era un DJ, among others, and has also published narrative books and chronicles.
Adrián Balseca (Quito, 1989) is an artist who studies extractivist dynamics and their environmental impacts.
Alberto Baraya is a visual artist. He holds a B.A. from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, and a Master’s in Aesthetics and Art Theory from the Universidade Autónoma and Universidad Complutense in Madrid.
Pedro Barbosa was a currency and bond trader. Now he is full time dedicated to his art collection.
José Luis Barrios Lara, philosopher and art historian, is a full-time research professor at Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City and professor in the Philosophy and Literature Department at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Tanya joined the Tate in 1997 as one of a team of curators focusing on contemporary art (post-1960), working principally on acquisitions and on the opening displays of the permanent collection at Tate Modern.
Ricardo Basbaum (São Paulo, 1961) lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. He is an artist and a writer, and since 1981 he has participated regularly in exhibitions and projects.
Patricia Belli is a visual artist who uses a variety of media, with an emphasis on combining the mechanical with the handcrafted.
Luis Enrique Belmonte is a poet and storyteller. He is also a surgeon who graduated from Universidad Central de Venezuela (1996) specializing in Clinical Psychiatry from Universidad de Los Andes (2004) with further studies in Bioethics and the History of Sciences in Barcelona, Spain.
Antonio Sergio Bessa is the director of curatorial and education programs at the Bronx Museum, and a teacher of museum education at Columbia University Teachers College.
Born and raised in Warsaw, Poland, Dorota Biczel is currently a doctoral candidate at the Center for Latin American Visual Studies (CLAVIS) at the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin.
María Bilbao–Herrera is an artist and photographer, born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela.
Lisa Blackmore has a PhD in Latin American Cultural Studies (Birkbeck College, 2011).
Since 2010 Blondet is Curator of Special Projects at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art).
BOMB Magazine has been publishing conversations between artists of all disciplines since 1981. BOMB's founders—New York City based artists and writers—created BOMB because they saw a disparity between the way artists talked about their work among themselves and the way critics described it.
Ángela Bonadies is an artist whose photographic work focuses on memory, archive, visibility and invisibility of cultural structures and urban space.
Manuel Borja-Villel (Burriana, 1957) is the Director of Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS) in Madrid and is one of the institutional agents of Spanish culture with great international prestige.
Miguel Braceli is an artist and researcher. His work incorporates social practices and educational models through media such as performance, installation, video and photography.
Laura Braverman (b. 1993) is a former curatorial intern at the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros. She is now completing her graduate studies in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art, and works at Alexander and Bonin Gallery.
Saidel Brito Lorenzo (Matanzas, Cuba, 1973) studied at the National School of Arts Cubanacán and the Instituto Superior de Arte de la Habana, where he graduated in painting in 1997.
Gustavo Buntinx is a historian, curator, and critic.
Charlotte Burns is the news, market and business editor (Americas) of The Art Newspaper, where she has worked since 2009.
John Burstein is founder-director of the Galería MUY, an independent arts space in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico.