Emiliano Valdés (Guatemala, 1980) is Chief Curator of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín.
Luisa Valle is a doctoral candidate in Art History at The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Adán Vallecillo (Danlí, Honduras, 1977), studied art and sociology in Honduras and Puerto Rico. His artistic practice is multifaceted and is nourished by in situ research projects that combine the sociology and splendor of cities like Iquitos, Venice, Lima, Tegucigalpa, Curitiba, Mexico City, San José or Zurich.
Simon Vega (1972) creates drawings, ephemeral sculptures and installations inspired by the informal, self-made architecture and vendor carts found in the streets and marginal zones of Central America.
Patricia has a bachelors degree in Social Psychology from the Central University of Venezuela. In 2003 she obtained the Diploma of Advanced Studies in Art and Thought at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, Spain.
Olav Velthuis is Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology of the University of Amsterdam, specializing in economic and cultural sociology.
Juan Carlos Verme is an entrepreneur and investor. He is also a private collector of contemporary art and an active participant in educational and cultural projects in Lima and Latin America.
She is the founder and director of Artishock.cl, a website about contemporary art with an emphasis on Latin America. She graduated in Social Communication, specializing in audiovisual, from the Catholic University Andres Bello (Caracas, Venezuela, 1994) and studied contemporary art (theory and practice) sporadically in New York from 1997 to 2007.
Christian Viveros-Fauné is a New York-based writer and curator. As a writer, he has written extensively about art and culture for many publications, among them Art in America, The New Yorker, Departures, and Newsweek.