Head researcher of the international platform MoDe(s) and professor of Contemporary Art at the Art History Department of the of the Université Grenoble-Alpes/Laboratoire LARHRA UMR 5190.
Artist, filmmaker and researcher. Professor at the Visual Arts Department of the Fine Arts Faculty of the University of Barcelona.
Associate professor at Department of History and Art Theory at the Autonomous University of Madrid. His research and teaching focus on contemporary art practices and theories.
Professor of Art History at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. He is interested in recent art and the study of criticism as a source for the History of Art.
Assistant professor at the History and Theory of Art Department (UAM) and Guest professor at the Curating Contemporary Art Department (Royal College of Art).
Director of the Department of Art History at the UCM. Coordinator of the Master’s Degree in History of Contemporary Art and Visual Culture at the Complutense University.
Professor and coordinator of the Art History program at Saint Louis University, Madrid. Terra Foundation Senior Fellow at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Associate Professor of Art History and Museum Studies at New York University. She is author of Visual Propaganda, Exhibitions, and the Spanish Civil War (Ashgate, 2013).
Assistant professor in the Biology Department at the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid. Ph.D in Paleontology, expert in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Professor of anthropology and visual culture at New York University–Madrid, director of photography and film projects and founder of the visual research collective.
Professor and Head of School of Arts at the Birminghan City University. Director of the Centre for Global Futures in Art, Design and Media.
Researcher, curator and Assistant Professor at the Open University of Catalonia. Ph.D in Fine Arts from the Complutense University in Madrid.
Professor of contemporary art history at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris since 2007, she received the qualification to direct research (HDR) in 2015.
FCT Researcher at the Art History Institute at Nova University in Lisbon.
Associate Researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council in Argentina. Associate professor at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero in Buenos Aires.
European Doctor in History of Art and Master in Philosophy and Social Sciences. Researcher of the Ramón y Cajal Grant Program (2018) of the Institute of History of the Spanish National Research Council. Member of the Southern Conceptualisms Network.
Member of CONICET as a researcher at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences of the National University of San Martín (IDAES-UNSAM), Argentina and Phd in Art History from the University of Buenos Aires
Catedrática de español en la Universidad de Grenoble-Alpes. Miembro del laboratorio del ILCEA4 (EA 7356), miembro asociado de Pasajes XX-XXI (EA 4360).
Jacopo Galimberti is post-doctoral Fellow of the British Academy at the University of Manchester and Director of the Collège International de Philosophie.
PhD candidate at the Universitat de Barcelona with a fellowship from the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. Her research focuses on the biennial phenomenon between 1970 and 1991.
Gal Kirn is an Open Topic Fellow at the TU Dresden (Slavonic and Cultural Studies).
PhD candidate in Artistic, Literary and Cultural Studies at the Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain.
PhD candidate at the University of Barcelona, with a fellowship from the Spanish Ministerio de Economia. Her research focuses on Central European unofficial culture between 1970 and 1989.
Bachelor degree in Arts. Master degree in Advanced Studies of Art History. Workin in a thesis about the networks between Latin American and Spanish art conceptualisms
Has a BA in Philosophy and Interdisciplinary European Studies from Marie Curie Skolodowska University in Lublin (Poland).
PhD candidate at the Artistic, Literary and Cultural Studies Program in the Autonomous University of Madrid. His research focuses on the effects of the nationalist ideological agenda over the Puerto Rican