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Nieves Acedo

Nieves Acedo

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Professor of the subject framework philosophical and cultural curator, Museolab and director of TFM. D. in Art History from the Universidad San Pablo-CEU, Master in Business Administration from the Nebrija Business School, degree in Geography and History from the Universidad Complutense (specialization program Art History) and graduate in Philosophy from the University of Navarra. She is currently director of the Master's Degree in programs of study Curator and professor of Art Theory at the University of Navarra. She has directed for ten years the Master's Degree in Art Market at the University Nebrija, and has been professor of Aesthetics and Art Theory at the department of Fine Arts at the same University. 

He has conducted courses and seminars at the Instituto Superior de Arte, Álvaro Durán Arte and business, San Pablo CEU University in Madrid, University of Jaén, University of Aguascalientes in Mexico and the University of Cuenca in Ecuador, among others.

Previously, she worked professionally in the field of cultural management at the Félix Granda Foundation in Madrid, where she was director between 1998 and 2000. In the field of book publishing, she has worked as publisher attachment in Tanais arquitectura and Documenta artes visuales, and has collaborated with publishing house JC libros de cine.  

His research has dealt with the mediation and reception of the work of art, focusing on the work of the American artist William Congdon. In 2006 she published the book An American painter in Italy. William Congdon (1912-1998), as well as several articles. He has been a member of several groups of research, such as the group of programs of study Transversal in Contemporary Creation of the Nebrija University, where he has worked on the Art System line, or the Chair of Contemporary Art of the University of Navarra. He currently collaborates with the group of research Emotional culture and identity - CEMID of the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Navarra and works in relation to the aesthetics of light and photography.


Maria Aguilera

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Javier Anton

Javier Antón

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Professor of the subject Art and Space. Architect doctor. Professor of Projects of design in the School of Architecture at the University of Navarra. He is a member of group of research "Creatividad Aplicada". He was team member of research "Territories of Architecture" to study the relationship between architecture and contemporary art collecting practices in the Middle East. He developed a research stay at Columbia University's GSAPP in New York where he was curator, designer and producer of the exhibition "Architecture or Revolution". Curator also of the exhibition "Remains of regional identities" at the Instituto Cervantes in New York. In 2013 he was assistant to curator Chus Martinez at El Museo del Barrio in New York. team member of research for exhibition "Collecting" at Studio-X Istanbul.

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Miguel Antón

Miguel Antón


Professor at subject Communication and Finance. Professor Miguel Antón received a doctorate in finance from the London School of Economics, an MSc in finance from CEMFI and a licentiate degree at Economics from the University of Navarra. He teaches Capital Markets, Corporate Finance and FinTech in MBA and Executive Education programs. He serves as mentor team member in MBA and EMBA programs, and is Director of committee of doctorate at department Finance.

Professor Anton's main areas of academic activity and research are in corporate finance, corporate governance and FinTech. He is currently studying the impact of common ownership (i.e., investors owning substantial ownership stakes in several firms in the same or related industries) on executive compensation, innovation and M&A activity.

Professor Anton has received several awards from teaching and research. He is award Extraordinary End of degree program, Marie Curie CIG Fellow, and recently selected as Best 40 under 40 Professors in Poets and Quants in 2017. His research has won numerous awards, such as the award Smith Breeden nomination in the Journal of Finance in 2014, the award BME at the XIX Finance Forum in 2011, the First award UAM-Accenture in 2013, the First award FEF in 2014 and in 2016, and the award Oliver E. Williamson Best Paper in SIOE at Columbia in 2017. He is also a former scholarship recipient of the Ramón Areces Foundation and a recipient of the scholarship Yale Behavioral Finance.

His research appears in leading academic journals, including the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of Banking and Finance and Harvard Business Review. His research has appeared in the popular media, including The Economist, Wall Street Journal, El Pais, and has been cited in European Authority resolutions at skill. Professor Anton has presented his work at WFA, AEA, EFA and other conferences, and has given seminars at multiple institutions. He is also advisor investments for a leading hedge fund in New York. Prior to his academic degree program , Professor Anton worked for The Bank of New York and BBVA at department from research.



Pablo Berastegui

Pablo Berastegui

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(Pamplona, 1968) has developed a solid degree program of more than twenty-five years as a cultural producer in Spain, leading projects in different fields of creation, working for both public and private institutions, mainly in large-scale projects. In recent years, his work has focused on the promotion of personal initiatives that he combines with curating exhibitions, as well as with various collaborations as a strategic project consultant or his work professor. Berástegui lives and works halfway between Spain and Portugal, where he directs and manages the documentary photography space and program Salut au monde! which was launched in February 2019 in the city of Oporto and is expanding its scope of action to other parts of the Iberian geography. 

As director of Salut au monde! she has presented and curated solo exhibitions by the following artists: Luis Cobelo, Kovi Konowiecki, Bharat Sikka, Elena Anosova, Cristobal Hara, Lionel Jusseret, Andrea Gjestvang, Tito Mouraz, Xavier Ribas/Ignacio Acosta/Louise Purbrick, (project Trafficking The Earth), Juan Baraja, Juan Valbuena, Iacopo Pasqui, Carlos Lobo, Bernardita Morello, Felipe Romero Beltrán, Deanna Pizzetelli or Ligia Poplawska, all of them presented at Espaço SP620 in Oporto (Portugal).

In the field of management, it is worth mentioning his participation as Director General of the San Sebastian 2016 European Capital of Culture Foundation, the most ambitious project in which he has been involved since he began his degree program as a manager and the one with the greatest international projection. He has also been Director of La noche en blanco de Madrid, in four editions (2007-2010), or manager of municipal cultural spaces of the Madrid City Council such as the center of contemporary creation Matadero Madrid (2008-2012) or the center of contemporary culture Conde Duque Madrid (2013). In 2014 he launched and managed the program of artistic residencies and thought in rural areas Pausa. She has also worked as Director Projects for La Fábrica (1999-2006) as well as in Elsinor Madrid, from its creation in 2006 until October 2008. 

In the specific environment of visual arts and photography, Berástegui has been director of the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts PHotoEspaña in four editions (2003 to 2006), event in which he also participated in other positions (coordinator general, in 2000; or Director General Manager , in 2001 and 2002). Thanks to his time at the festival, but also in the other spaces and projects of which he has been manager, he has collaborated in the organization of a large issue of exhibitions and, more frequently in recent years, exercised the task of curator of a growing issue of exhibitions.

In addition to the exhibitions of the program Salut au monde! she has curated exhibitions for other venues and festivals, including: "We Are Family XL", various artists, Centro Niemeyer (Avilés, Spain), February-May 2022; "Rivva", by Elisa Azevedo, Maus Hábitos (Porto, Portugal), February-March 2022; "O Efeito do Observador", various artists, Centro de Arte Oliva (S. João da Madeira, Portugal), June 2021-February 2022; "We Are Family L," various artists, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, within the scope of the Imago Photography Festival (Lisbon, Portugal), October 2021; "Sustentar", various artists, jointly with Virgilio Ferreira and Krzysztof Candrowitz, Cooperativa Árvore, on the framework of the Porto Photography Biennial (Porto, Portugal), May-June 2021, and Ogrodowa8, on the framework of Lodz Fotofestiwal (Lodz, Poland), June-July 2021.

Among the latest projects curated, it is worth mentioning the exhibition "Eira", by Nelson Miranda, at the Portuguese Center of Photography (Porto), from March 4 to April 30, 2023; "Deslocamentos", exhibition collective of students of the Master's Degree in Documentary Photography at the University of South Wales, a project of the Bienal de Fotografia do Porto for P.Artes (Porto), from April 15 to June 29, 2023; and an individual sample of Rubén Bermúdez's work , for RAMPA space (Porto), from October 20 to December 2, 2023.

In parallel to his work as a manager and curator, Berástegui has collaborated as consultant for several public (Câmara Municipal de Faro) and private institutions (Fundación Carasso, Pez Estudio,...); and is a member of committee of Direction of the Punto de Vista Festival of documentary film (Pamplona, 2021/2023). He also collaborates as visiting professor in different postgraduate courses, among others the Master's Degree in Curatorial Studies, of the University of Navarra, of which he is professor of Planning and management of Cultural Projects since its second edition and full member of evaluation of the TFM of the mentioned course. 

graduate with a degree in Information Sciences from the University of Navarra, specializes in Audiovisual Production at the University Michel de Montaigne - Bordeaux III, Bordeaux (France), thanks to a scholarship Erasmus, and begins his professional career as a journalist in Chile and partner occasionally in print media in Chile and Spain, with topics related to culture and youth trends. In 1996, he abandoned his degree program as a journalist to concentrate fully on the organization of cultural projects, as a senior technician at the Institución Príncipe de Viana - General Administration de Cultura, between 1996 and 1999, in charge of different cultural programs, covering a wide spectrum of creation. During this period she took the opportunity to study the Master's Degree in management Cultural: Music, Theater and Dance, at the Complutense University of Madrid. Recently (July 2018) she has obtained the certificate of specialization in Urbanism to make city by the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya with grade global: A. 

His training process also benefited from his participation in the second edition of project called The Chief Executive Program, an initiative designed by the National Arts Strategies to - over two years of short training periods at the Universities of Harvard, Texas and Michigan - deploy the collective power of a hundred international cultural leaders and jointly propose solutions to the problems of the sector in the new century. 

In addition to Spanish (language mother tongue), she speaks and works in English (Proficiency Certificate, 1995), Portuguese and French.


Daniel Canogar

Daniel Canogar


Born in Madrid (1964), son of an American mother and a Spanish father, Daniel Canogar's life and degree program have been divided between Spain and the United States. He began his training in the world of photography, where he specialized during his master's degree at New York University and the International Center of Photography in 1990, and soon became interested in the possibilities of the projected image and the artistic installation. 

He has created numerous public art pieces with sculptural LED screens including Brushstrokes, a permanent installation in the lobby of DeKaBank Frankfurt (Frankfurt, 2022); Dinamo, an installation for the Spain Pavilion at Expo Dubai 2020 (Dubai, 2021); Currents, a suspended installation in the atrium of the renovated Evangelische Bank (Kassel, 2020); Aqueous, at the Sobrato Organization (Mountain View, CA, 2019); Pulse, at Zachry Engineering Education Complex at Texas A&M University (College Station, TX, 2018); Cannula, Xylem and Gust II at BBVA Bank Headquarters (Madrid, 2018); and Tendril, at Tampa International Airport (Tampa, FL, 2017). He has also created monumental public works such as Oculus, a generative work for the interactive zero-consumption facade of Novartis Pavillon (Basel, Switzerland, 2022); Bifurcation, a multi-laser projection for the Noor Riyadh Light & Art Festival (Riyadh, 2021); Amalgama Phillips (The Phillips Museum, Washington D.C., 2021) and Amalgama El Prado, a generative projection on the facades of the Museo Nacional Del Prado and The Phillips Collection created from the painting collection of both museums; Fulguraciones, a project at partnership with the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas - CNIO (Madrid, 2021); Constelaciones, a mosaic created for two pedestrian bridges crossing the Manzanares River in MadridRio Park (Madrid, 2010) and Asalto, a series of video projections on emblematic monuments, presented on the Arcos de Lapa (Rio de Janeiro, 2009), the Puerta de Alcalá (Madrid, 2009) and the church of San Pietro in Montorio (Rome, 2009). As part of the latter series is also Storming Times Square, a video intervention on 47 of the screens in Times Square (New York, NY 2014). 

Among his exhibition projects are the solo exhibitions "Loose Threads" at Galloire (Dubai, 2023); "Turbulencias" at Galería Max Estrella (Madrid, 2022); "Hidden Tides" at Wilde Gallery (Basel, 2021); "Amalgama Phillips" at The Phillips Collection (Washington D.C., 2021), "Reverberations" at Kornfeld Gallery (Berlin, 2021); "Latencies" at Anita Beckers Gallery (Frankfurt, 2021); "Billow" at bitforms gallery (New York, NY, 2020); "Liquid Memories" at conference room Kubo-kutxa (San Sebastian, 2019); "Surge" a temporary installation for the Grand Lobby Wall at the Moss Arts Center, Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA, 2019); "Echo" at Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Museum (Lafayette, LA 2019); "Melting the Solids" at Wilde Gallery, (Geneva, 2018); "Fluctuations" at conference room Alcalá 31, (Madrid, 2017); "Echo" at bitforms gallery (New York, NY, 2017) and Max Estrella gallery (Madrid, 2017); "Sikka Ingentium", at the Museum of the University of Navarra (Pamplona, 2017); "Quadratura" at the Espacio Fundación Telefónica in Lima (Lima, 2014); "Vortices" at the Fundación Canal de Isabel II (Madrid, 2011); two installations at the Sundance Film Festival (Park City, UT, 2011) and the installation Synaptic Passage for the exhibition "Brain: The Inside Story", at the American Museum of Natural History (New York, NY 2010).

His works have been exhibited at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; the Palacio de Velázquez, Madrid; The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.ZKM, Center for Art and average, Karlsruhe; Max Estrella Gallery, Madrid; bitforms gallery, New York; Wilde Gallery, Geneva; Galerie Anita Beckers, Frankfurt; Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Florence; Kornfeld Gallery, Berlin; Centro de Arte Santa Monica, Barcelona; Museo Alejandro Otero, Caracas; Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio; Offenes Kulturhaus Center for Contemporary Art, Linz; Kunstsammlung Nordrhein Westfallen Museum, Düsseldorf; Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin; Borusan Contemporary Museum, Istanbul; Museum of Natural History, New York; Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Mattress Factory Museum, Pittsburgh; and Art Vault Santa Fe, Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation, New Mexico.

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Carlos Chocarro

Carlos Chocarro

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Professor of the subject History of exhibitions and director TFM. Senior Associate Professor of Art History. His pre and postdoctoral research focuses on the different spaces and systems of artistic training , traditional workshops, programs of study private, official academies and Schools of Fine Arts. Relevant in this sense is his doctoral thesis La búsqueda de una identidad. La escultura entre el gremio y la academia (1741-1833) Madrid, FUE, 2001; and his participation in the platform promoted by the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía La training del artista: research y capitalismo académico (2012-2013). In 2005 he enjoyed a scholarship of the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Spain and abroad of the Ministry of Science and Innovation. Between the years 2011-2015 she has been researcher of the project El speech de la Modernidad HAR2010-16277. These grants allowed him a year of academic mobility (UPC of Barcelona), and several stays of research (Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia and Bibliotheca Hertziana of Rome, among others). He is the author of more than 30 scientific contributions on art and architecture from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, including'Of artists and historians. Cicognara, Ceán y el programa escultórico para el Museo del Prado' (2007), the exhibition Loewe años 60 cuestión de estilo ( 2008) or "La teaching del dibujo en la España moderna"(2015). His career professor is linked to the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra. He is currently coordinator of Degree at design of that center.


Asunción Domeño

Asunción Domeño

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Professor of the subject Protocols of preventive conservation and director of TFM. Associate Professor of Contemporary Art at the department of History, Art History and Geography at the University of Navarra, where she received her PhD with a work focused on the photography of José Ortiz Echagüe. She is Deputy Director of committee of Humanities and for sixteen years she was manager of management and research of the University of Navarra Photographic Fund, now the collection of the University of Navarra Museum. She launched the Diploma of programs of study Curatorial offered by the School of Philosophy and Letters, which she directed until June 2016. Her lines of research focus on iconography, Navarre's heritage and the history of photography. She has been part of the team of the Monumental Catalog of Navarre, participating as an author in several of the published volumes. She has been principal researcher in the project: "The photographic genres in Spain throughout the nineteenth century: a vision of the image through the portrait", and has directed several projects of research and thesis doctoral projects related to photography and contemporary art. At the same time, he has curated several exhibitions related to his themes of research, the most recent entitled: A través de la cámara oscura: técnicas fotográficas en el entorno del carlismo (Through the camera obscura: photographic techniques in the environment of Carlism) which is hosted by the Museo del Carlismo (Museum of Carlism) in Estella. He has also given numerous lectures and courses on the conservation of photography, management of heritage collections and protocols for the conservation and dissemination of heritage works.


Fernando Echarri

Fernando Echarri

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visiting professor at subject Museolab. graduate in Biology by the University of Navarra in 1989, PhD in 2009 by the same University, he made his doctoral thesis on Education in Museums. He has made stays at the University of Stockholm or at the Southern Methodist University to learn different educational methodologies. Adjunct Professor of the University of Navarra since 2007. Accredited as Associate Professor in 2017. He is the manager of the area Educational of the University of Navarra Museum since its inauguration in 2015. Author of more than 7 books on Education, he has published articles in journals such as file Español de Arteo Environmental Education Research. And recognized a sexennium of research. 

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Dailey Fernandez

Dailey Fernandez


Dailey Fernández González (Cienfuegos, Cuba, 1993) coordinator and professor of the subject El papel del arte en la comunidad política. She has completed the Master's Degree in programs of study of Curatorship by the University of Navarra (2019), and has a degree in Art History from the University of Havana (2016). From 2016 to 2018 she served as professor at training at the University of the Arts of Cuba (ISA). She has worked as an independent curator at the interdisciplinary partnership platform SUMMA ARTIS in its first edition (Havana, 2018). She has been assistant curator at exhibition Begira (Fundación BilbaoArte, 2019); curator of project Sin filtro (Sarean, Bilbao, 2020); she was part of the curatorial team of the collective exhibition El Resto (Museo Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, 2020); curator of the experimental project Se Permuta, made with Fine Arts students of the UPV (BilbaoArte, Bilbao, 2020) and of the participatory online project Narrar para no olvidar (Museo Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, 2021). Her lines of research oscillate between audiovisual -especially sound design and Cuban cinema-, and contemporary artistic practices in terms of collaborative and participatory strategies, experimentation with the creative process and performative curatorship. She is the author of the book Confluencias de los sentidos. El design sonoro en el cine cubano. (Ediciones ICAIC: La Habana, 2018). 

She is currently researching participatory art as a doctoral student at the University of Navarra and is part of the group of research Vínculos, Creatividad y Cultura (VCC) of the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Navarra. 


Lourdes Flamarique

Lourdes Flamarique

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Professor of the subject framework philosophical and cultural curator and director of TFM. Lourdes Flamarique is Professor at Philosophy, with more than twenty years of experience professor at Philosophy contemporary. She has been Director of the University Master's Degree in Philosophy of the University of Navarra. She did her postdoctoral stay at the University of Munich and has been Visiting Scholar at Boston University. Her research focuses on the current currents of Philosophy and Art Theory. She has participated in interdisciplinary research projects: "The contemporary articulation of knowledge" (1994-1996); "Theory and analysis of discourses. Persuasive and interpretative strategies" (2005-08); "Emotional culture and identity" (2010-2017), and projects of research oriented to the theory of modernity and Philosophy of contemporary culture ("Sociological perspectives of civilization" 2001-03; "The civilizational process and the dynamics of culture: philosophical background and contemporary sociological theories 2003-05"). Some recent titles are: "Art as hermeneutics of itself. On the Modernity of Art"; "From the Psychologization of Experience to the Priority of Emotions in Social Life"; "Metaphor and Argumentative Logic - a Crossroads between Philosophy and the Language Sciences"; "On the Reality Haunting of Dreams. Freud, Joyce and Proust"; "A Revolution in Urban Lifestyle: Mad Men's Narrative Revisited as a Social Lab"; "The Fiction of Modern Consciousness and the Nostalgia for Identity. Their Literary Representation" and "The thesis of Late Modernity and Trends in Contemporary Philosophy ."


Jaime García del Barrio

Jaime García del Barrio

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visiting professor at subject Communication and Financing. graduate in Economics in 1997 from the University of Navarra. He was Deputy Director at high school Retamar in Madrid and in 2007 he completed the Executive MBA at IESE Business School in Madrid. He has spent time in Princeton, Michigan and Shanghai. Currently, he is the director general director of the Museum of the University of Navarra, director general director of Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) and attachment at President of the University of Navarra. 

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Luis Garbayo

Luis Garbayo

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Visual communication

design graphic and publishing house

Conceptualization, essay, editing and coordination publishing house of publications

Museography and exhibition curatorship





2023design of the exhibition "Aquerreta... y semejanza/eta antzeko". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

Curator and design of the exhibition "Coll, el gigante del TBO". network Itiner, Community of Madrid.

2022essay and design of the exhibition "La visión de Cajal". Museum of Navarra and Planetarium of Pamplona.

design of the exhibition "Nicolás Ardanaz. An essential look / Funtsezko begirada bat". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

design of the exhibition "Miradas". Idea Foundation. Pamplona and Lugo.

2021 Curator and design of the exhibition "Los años que no bailamos". Citadel, Pamplona City Hall.

2020 Curator and design of the exhibition "Esto que veo, aquello que fue". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

2019design of the Fundación Juan March's internal signage system. Madrid.

design from the exhibition "Agony or transformation? Carlism in Spanish literature 1876-1912". Museum of Carlism, Estella-Lizarra, Navarra.

design from the exhibition "Lydia Anoz. Towards light and life". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

design from exhibition "Lidia Anoz". PhotoEspaña, Real Sociedad Fotográfica, Madrid.

Curator and design of the exhibition "Coll sin palabras/hitzik gabe". conference room Okendo, Donostia-San Sebastián City Hall.

2018Museography of project "All art is contemporary". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

Curator and design of the exhibition "Coll sin palabras". Palacio del Condestable, Pamplona City Hall.

design of the exhibition "200th anniversary of the constitution of high school of Lawyers of Pamplona". Palacio del Condestable, Pamplona.

design from the exhibition "Lidia Anoz. The golden years". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

2017design graphic of the exhibition BAT. Original graphic work from the Pi-Fernandino Collection. Citadel, Pamplona City Hall.

design of the Symposium "group Gaur". University of Navarra Museum, Pamplona.

Curator and design of the exhibition "Coll sin palabras/hitzik gabe". Navarra Comic Fair, Palacio del Condestable, Pamplona.

2016design of the exhibition "Reflexión Inflexión. Presence of women in the Museum of Navarra / Gogoeta Inflexioa. Emakumeen presentzia". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona. (award Anuaria).

Commissariat and design of the exhibition "Hermano Río / Anaia Ibaia". San Andrés Mill. Mancomunidad de la Comarca de Pamplona.

design of the exhibition "Glimpses into the past". Museum of Carlism, Estella-Lizarra, Navarra.

2015Interior signage of the Museum of the University of Navarra. Pamplona. (award Laus)

design of the exhibition "La Cultura, identidad de Navarra". Government of Navarra.

2014design of the exhibition of lutherie of the Festival Sarasate Live! Government of Navarra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra Pablo Sarasate, Pamplona. 

design of the visual identity of "Pamplona Negra, El crimen a escena". Baluarte Foundation and Navarra Film Archive, Pamplona.

design of the itinerant exhibition "Navarra intensa. Homage to Julio Caro Baroja (1914-1995)". Government of Navarra, Pamplona. 

Curator and design of the exhibition "Navarra en la mirada de Julio Caro Baroja". Ethnological Museum of Navarre, Museum of Navarre, Government of Navarre. Pamplona.

design of communication of the Museo Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain. 

design graphic of the exhibition "Committed to history". Museum of Carlism, Estella-Lizarra, Navarra.

2013design and coordination of the traveling exhibition "Navarra. Álbum de familia". Government of Navarra. Pamplona. 

design graphic of the exhibition "Soldados de plomo. The military miniature through the Carlist wars". Museum of Carlism, Estella-Lizarra, Navarra.

2012design of the exhibition "Navarra. Living Scenario of History". Government of Navarra. 

design of congress International "Architecture: the common". Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad, Madrid-Pamplona. 

2011design of the institutional exhibition "Navarra, from home to home". department of Institutional Relations, Government of Navarra.

design of communication of the exhibition of the architect Francisco Mangado in Madrid, Pamplona and Berlin. Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad, Madrid-Pamplona.

2010design of congress International "Architecture: more for less". Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad, Madrid-Pamplona.

2009 Curator, design and execution of the exhibition "Ernest Hemingway en el goal de Julio Ubiña", Palacio del Condestable. Government of Navarra and Pamplona City Council. 

Curatorship, design, management and execution of the exhibition "Fiesta. Pamplona, Navarra". Brussels, Berlin and Warsaw. Instituto Cervantes, Government of Navarra and Pamplona City Council.

design and execution of the exhibition "50 años de los programs of study de comunicación en la Universidad de Navarra". School de Comunicación, Universidad de Navarra.

Co-writer, with Empty (Madrid), of the proposal winner of the contest of the Museo del Encierro and the Sanfermines. Pamplona City Council.

2008 Curatorship, design and execution of the Navarra pavilion at the exhibition International Zaragoza 2008. Government of Navarra.

Curator and design of the permanent exhibition "Pablo Sarasate. 1844-1908". Palacio del Condestable, Pamplona City Hall.

design of the institutional identity of the Museum of Carlism of Estella, Navarra. Government of Navarra.

2007design of the signage system and internal signage of Baluarte, Congress Center and Auditorium of Navarra, Pamplona.

design of the exhibition "Nature recycles everything". Mancomunidad de la Comarca de Pamplona.

2005design of communication of the commemorative acts of the "500th anniversary of the birth of Francisco de Javier". Government of Navarra, Javier, Navarra. 

2003design of the exhibition "Diario de Navarra: 100 años en portadas". Pamplona. 



2002-2021 As publisher, he has selected and edited the following works:


Deambulaciones de la ganda de Modafar, Abel Fontoura da Costa [ILLUSTRATIONS BY ALBERT DURERO AND OTHERS].

The Innocent, Graham Greene [ILLUSTRATED BY PAU CASSANY].

Murder at the Concert, Anthony Burgess [ILLUSTRATED BY JUAN SUKILBIDE].


Saint-Exupéry in the Spanish War, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry [PHOTOGRAPHS FROM STATE ARCHIVES].


New Year's Eve, by Charles Lamb [ILLUSTRATED BY MIREN DOIZ].

The Bitch, by Vasily Grossman [ILLUSTRATED BY TAXIO ARDANAZ].

My Beloved Bicycle, Miguel Delibes [ILLUSTRATED BY MARIJOSE RECALDE].

Letters to the Father, W. A. Mozart [ILLUSTRATED BY PACO POLAN].

The war is next door, Joseph Kessel [PHOTOGRAPHS BY JEAN MORAL].

Three cruel tales, Saki [ILLUSTRATED BY CARLOS PATIÑO].

Bartleby, the Scribe, Herman Melville [ILLUSTRATED BY MIGUEL LEACHE].

Christmas Sermon, Robert Louis Stevenson [ILLUSTRATED BY JAVIER BALDA].



The Beast, Joseph Conrad [ILLUSTRATED BY PELLO IRAZU].

Pleasure of member of the clergy, Roald Dahl [ILLUSTRATED BY JOSÉ MIGUEL CORRAL].

Three Yellow Roses, Raymond Carver [ILLUSTRATED BY ISIDRO FERRER].




Three Carlist tales, Mariano José de Larra, Ramón del Valle-Inclán and Oscar Wilde [ILLUSTRATED BY PEDRO SALABERRI] [ILLUSTRATED BY PEDRO SALABERRI].

Libraries, Alberto Manguel [ILLUSTRATED BY CARLOS PATIÑO].

Pamplona in July / Pamplona en julio, Ernest Hemingway

Abenduaren December 31. Jose Migel Barandiaranen bizitzan / In the life of José Miguel de Barandiarán.

Fitero and Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer. Legends. Notes for a novel.



The vice presidents of the Diputación Foral de Navarra during the Second Republic. [ILLUSTRATED BY AMAYA GÚRPIDE].

A life in three acts, Julio Caro Baroja [PHOTOGRAPHS BY VARIOUS AUTHORS].

Navarre by a thousand roads, Javier Pagola [PHOTOGRAPHS BY VARIOUS AUTHORS].

Navarra, Navarre, Nafarroa, José María Jimeno Jurío [PHOTOGRAPHS BY VARIOUS AUTHORS].



Since 2019 Professor of "Publications" at the Master's Degree of programs of study Curatorial at the Museo Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, Spain).

2004-2018 Professor of "Visual Identity" at the Master's Degree of Political and Corporate Communication at the University of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain).

visiting professor at the Master's Degree of management Cultural of the Complutense Institute of Musical Sciences (ICCMU) of the Complutense University (Madrid, Spain).

visiting professor in the technical school of Architecture of the University of Navarra

visiting professor in the Master's Degree of design integral Packaging for the Food and Wine Industry of the technical school of design of La Rioja (Logroño, Spain).

visiting professor in the network of Public Libraries of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain)

2002-2013 Professor of "Visual Communication in Journalism" at School of Communication at the University of Navarra (Spain).



Laus 2015. ADG-FAD. Penguin Random House group publishing house . Barcelona, 2015.

Select K. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2012.

Select J. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2011.

Select I. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2010.

Select H. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2009.

24 x 365. design for the Public Communication. Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid. Sociedad estatal para el development del design y la innovación. Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce of the Government of Spain. Madrid, 2008.

Select G. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2008.

Select F. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2007.

Select E. Graphic Design from Spain. Index Book. Barcelona, 2006.

Web Design by Content. Vol.2. The Pepin Press. Amsterdam-Singapore, 2006.

guide from the Spanish design 06/07. Experimenta Special. Madrid, 2006.

Select D. Graphic Design from Spain Index Book. Barcelona, 2005.

Ready to read: Book design from Spain Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores. Madrid, 2005.

Select C. Graphic Design from Spain Index Book. Barcelona, 2004.

Select B. Graphic Design from Spain Index Book. Barcelona, 2003.

Trademarks & Trademarks. Quim Larrea. Gustavo Gili. Barcelona, 2003.

Signs of the Century. 100 years of design Graphics in Spain. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Ministry of Economics and Treasury. Madrid, 2000.



María Lacunza, first lawyer of Navarre. Collection Personajes Navarros. Government of Navarra, 2020

A moment in the light. Life, context and circumstance of María Lacunza. Ken, 2019

"El siglo XX. La música culta y popular" (together with María Nagore), in Cuando las cosas hablan. La historia contada por cincuenta objetos de Navarra. Government of Navarra, 2015



2021award Fundación Alares to the communication campaign "Dale la vuelta". Instituto Navarro de Igualdad, Government of Navarra.

2017award Anuaria de Oro for the design of the exhibition "Reflexión/Inflexión. Presence of women in the Museum of Navarra". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

award Golden Annuaria for the design of the brochure of the exhibition "Reflexión/Inflexión. Presence of women in the Museum of Navarra". Museum of Navarra, Pamplona.

2015award Laus de Plata for the design of the signage of the Museo Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona). ADG/FAD/Art Directors Club.

Anuaria selection by the design of the publishing house KEN collection.

2013award Migranodearena 2013 to the Vicente Ferrer Foundation in the "Most Active NGO" category for the "Bicycles that Change Lives" campaign, designed by KEN.

award Core77 for the best exhibition in the world to "Occidens", by Vaillo and Irigaray, whose project graphic is the work of KEN.

The exhibition "Occidens", by Vaillo and Irigaray, whose graphic project is the work of KEN, finalist of the European AADIPA awards for intervention in architectural heritage in the category of knowledge dissemination.

Winner of the award International design Anuaria Graphic for the best logo of a product or service. II International congress Architecture and Society.

2012award International Graphic design Anuaria to the best illustration applied to communication. 2011 and 2012 seasons of the Baluarte Foundation.

2011 Bronze Laus Awards for the collection publishing house Ken. ADG/FAD/Art Directors Club.

Bronze Laus Awards for the design of the "Domaines Lupier" winery website. ADG/FAD/Art Directors Club.

2010 Winner of the contest for the communication of the "Pamplona 2016" candidacy. Pamplona City Council.

2009Member of the winning team of the competition for the musealization of the Centro Temático del Encierro y los Sanfermines. Pamplona City Council.

Winner of the design contest of the exhibition for the promotion of Navarra and Pamplona at the Cervantes Institute in Brussels, Berlin and Warsaw "Fiesta. Pamplona, Navarra". Government of Navarra and Pamplona City Council.

2008Winner of the competition design of the Pablo Sarasate Museum. Palacio del Condestable, Pamplona City Hall.

2007Selected for the exhibition "24 x 365, design gráfico para la Public Communication" organized at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid by the Sociedad Estatal para el development del design y la Innovación, Ministerio de Industria, Turismo y Comercio del Gobierno de España.

Winner of the contest design of the communication campaign for the promotion of the Taxi Service of the Pamplona Region. Mancomunidad de la Comarca de Pamplona.

Winner of the contest design of the Navarra Pavilion at the International Expo Zaragoza 2008. Government of Navarra.

2006award to the best work of "Institutional Communication of Direct Information to the Patient" in the X Aspid Awards of advertising of Health and Pharmacy at national level (2006) for the collection of brochures designed for the Clínica Universitaria de Navarra.

2005Nominated for the Daniel Gil Awards at design publishing house 2005.

2004Selected for the exhibition "Ready to Read" dedicated to design of the book in Spain. Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Instituto Cervantes of New York (USA).

2003Winner of the Corporate Identity Contest and definition of the communication strategy for solid waste recycling. Mancomunidad de la Comarca de Pamplona.

1999Two international awards for design journalism in the XIX edition of the Society of Newspaper Design (SND) 1999 congress to Listín Diario (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic).

award design The Diario de Noticias (Pamplona), chosen for the fifth year as "One of the 20 Best Designed Newspapers in the World" at the 19th edition of congress of the Society of NewsDesign (SND) 1999.

1998award design international journalistic in the XVIII edition of congress of the Society of News Design (SND) 1998 to Diario de Noticias (Pamplona), chosen, for the fourth year, as "One of the 20 Best Designed Newspapers in the World".

1997award Alimara 1997 for the best Spanish tourism promotion poster.

award design The 17th edition of the Society of Newspaper Design (SND) 1997 edition of congress was awarded to Diario de Noticias (Pamplona), chosen, for the third consecutive year, as "One of the 20 Best Designed Newspapers in the World".

1996award design international journalistic in the XVI edition of congress of the Society of Newspaper Design (SND) 1996 to Diario 16, designated as "One of the 22 Best Designed Newspapers in the World".

1995Nineteen international awards for design journalism in the XV edition of the Society of Newspaper Design (SND) 1995 congress to Diario de Noticias de Pamplona, designated as "One of the 20 Best Designed Newspapers in the World".

1994Selected by ADG/FAD Art Directors Club in the shortlist of the Laus Awards 1994 for the design of the poster of the exhibition "Salve. 400 years of Marian devotion in Navarra".

1992Five international awards for design journalism in the XIV edition of congress of the Society of Newspaper Design (SND) 1992 to the Official Newspaper of the Olympic Games "Barcelona 92".

award Nacional del Ministerio de Cultura 1992 to the best published book in the category of art books for the design of the "guide del Museo de Navarra/Nafarroako Museoa".

award Alimara 1992 to the best Spanish campaign of 1991 for the whole of the design of the tourist promotion of Navarra.

1990award Alimara 1990 for the best Spanish tourism campaign with the promotion of Navarra (associated with Ricardo Bermejo and Fernando Pagola).

1988Winner of the Institutional Image Contest for the promotion of tourism in Navarre promoted by the Government of Navarre (associated with Ricardo Bermejo and Fernando Pagola).


Anna Guasch

Anna Guasch


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Anna Maria Guasch is Professor of Contemporary Art History at the University of Barcelona, having also held the position teaching at the Universities of Seville and Complutense de Madrid.

Currently his main lines of research are: file, report and Contemporary Art; programs of study Visual, and Contemporary Art and globalization. The first of these lines has been presented and developed, among other publications, in "Los lugares de la report: el arte de archivar y recordar", subject. Revista del department de Historia del Arte de la Universidad de Barcelona, 5, 2005), Autobiografías visuales: entre el file y el índice (Siruela, Madrid, 2009), and Arte y file. Genealogies, typologies and discontinuities ( Madrid, Akal/Arte Contemporáneo, 2011), and in contributions presented at scientifically relevant congresses such as the 20th Encontro ANPAP (Rio de Janeiro, 2011) which presented the discussion paper framework Contemporary practices of file: between the domestic and the public, the report and history, the global and the local. Within the thematic area of the second line of research stands out the chapter "Twelve Rules for a New Academy: the "New History of Art" and the programs of study Visuals", in programs of study Visuals. La Epistemología de la Visualidad en la Era de la Globalización (José Luis Brea, ed., Madrid, Akal, 2005) As a general contribution to topic stands out the curatorship of the exhibition La report del Otro en la Era de lo Global exhibited in Bogotá (2009), Santiago de Chile (2010) and Havana (2011). The most recent of his publications are the books El arte en la era de lo global (1989-2015), published in Alianza Forma, Madrid, 2016), The Codes of the Global (Ediciones Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona 2018 , The Turns of the Global (Ediciones Universitat de Barcelona 2019) and the book chapter "A New Ecology of knowledges: modes of abyssal thinking", in J. Harris ( The Routledge Hanbdbook of Contemporary Art In Global Asia, Routledge, 2023).


Beatriz Herráez

Beatriz Herráez


Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basque Country. Artium Museoa. Art historian, she has curated numerous exhibitions, among others, those dedicated to Alejandro Cesarco, Anna Daucikova, Jutta Koether, Katinka Bock, June Crespo, Moyra Davey, María Luisa Fernández, Susan Hiller, Gema Intxausti, Erlea Maneros Zabala, Xabier Salaberria, Néstor Sanmiguel Diest or Julia Spínola, among others, organized in institutions such as the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo del País Vasco (Vitoria-Gasteiz), framework (Vigo), MUSAC (León), Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (Móstoles), castillocorrales (Paris), Sculpture Center (New York), or the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía MNCARS (Madrid). At MNCARS he was part of the curatorial team manager of the presentation of the museum's Collection between 2013 and 2016.  

He is a member of committee advisor of Museums of Euskadi and member of committee advisor of the Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao.  

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Lola Iglesias

Lola Iglesias


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Specializing in contemporary art and cultural communication, Lola Iglesias co-directs Nuevos públicos, a Madrid-based office that promotes current artistic practices through communication, cultural management and exhibition curation. She has curated and coordinated several exhibitions. She also has extensive experience professor in university masters. She has a degree in Art History, specializing in Education art, art market and management of social networks.


Teresa Lasheras

Teresa Lasheras

Teresa Lasheras bio

visiting professor at subject Museolab. She belongs to the team of the Museo Universidad de Navarra since 2016, she is currently assistant to José Manuel Garrido, director artistic of performing arts and music of the same, and is in charge of the production and programming of the Theater. She also belongs to the committee of direction of the Museum. She has developed her professional degree program of management of cultural and artistic services in the direction of culture and Education of the City Council of Pamplona (2007 - 2015), in the design of the project of management and the direction of the programming of the cultural center Civican of Fundación Caja Navarra (2002 - 2007), and in the coordination of the network of cultural centers Civivox of Pamplona (1996 - 2001).


Ignacio Miguéliz

Ignacio Miguéliz

Ignacio Miguéliz Valcarlos

Professor at subject Museolab. Curator of the Museo Universidad de Navarra and manager of its department of Collection and Exhibitions. graduate in Geography and History by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (1996) and PhD in Philosophy and Letters by the Universidad de Navarra (2004), he completed the specialized course of Museology at the Universidad San Pablo-CEU de Madrid (1997), and the postgraduate course management, Preservation and Dissemination of Photographic Archives at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (2014). He is accredited as Senior Associate Professor by the National Agency for Assessment of Quality and Accreditation since 2015. He is Adjunct Professor of the department of History, Art History and Geography at the University of Navarra, Deputy Director of the Chair of Heritage and Navarrese Art at that university, and professor of Art History at the associated center of the UNED of Pamplona. His priority lines of research have focused on the areas that have marked his career: silver and jewelry, conservation and cataloging of heritage, photography and contemporary art. In this regard, he has curated several exhibitions, has been part of the team of elaboration of catalogs of movable goods in Navarra and Gipuzkoa, has written several monographs, numerous chapters in books and articles in specialized magazines, and has participated as speaker in congresses and lectures on photography, decorative arts and heritage.

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Gerardo Mosquera

Gerardo Mosquera

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Curator, critic, art historian, and freelance writer. Member of committee advisor of several international magazines. He was co-founder of the Havana Biennial (1984-1989), curator of the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (1995-2007), and artistic director of PhotoEspaña, Madrid (2011-2013). He has curated numerous biennials and international exhibitions. Among the most recent: Hot Spot. Caring for a Burning World, 2022, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome; Guanghzhou Image Triennial, 2021; Useless. Machines for Thinking, Dreaming, and Seeing, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, 2019; Life. Gervasio Sánchez, various venues in Spain and Central America, 2016-2022; 21st Paiz Art Biennial, Guatemala 2018; Adiós Utopia. Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art since 1950, Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2017; 3rd Today's Documents 2016, Beijing. Author of numerous texts and books published in different countries and languages, among his latest books: L'art à l'ère de la globalisation, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2022 (participant); A Companion to Modern and Contemporary Latin American and Latino/a Art, Wiley Blackwell, Hoboken, 2021 (participant); Arte desde América Latina (y otros pulsos globales), Ediciones Chair, Madrid, 2020. He has lectured on five continents. Recipient of the scholarship Guggenheim, New York, 1990.


Maria Ozcoidi

Maria Ozcoidi

Maria Ozcoidi bio

She is a project designer, manager and cultural mediator in the context of contemporary arts. She develops and accompanies contemporary artistic projects at national and international level. She has a degree in Humanities with the specialization of programs of study artistic and programs of study Anglo - North American by the University of Navarra and Master's Degree of Art Market - University of Nebrija. She has lived in several cities where she has developed, managed and undertaken several artistic projects of cultural mediation at national and international level. London (2002-2007), working at the Science Museum as a mediator. She also collaborated with independent artistic platforms in the city.

Madrid (2007-2013), where he co-founded PENSART: contemporary art projects office. Highlights: Tentaciones, Mapear Madrid, Is this Spain?, Lab Latino, Art Clinic, Intransit, Espacio Trapezio... 

Quito (2013-2018) was coordinator of Educational Programs at MetQuito; curator of Panorámica; professor of Art History at Universidad de las Américas; cultural manager at Fundación CRISFE and Gescultura; juror for the Ministry of Cultural and Heritage Ecuador; and conducted portfolio workshops and cultural survival strategies in Quito, Guayaquil, Ibarra and Ambato (CACLAB, award Mariago Aguilera, Casa de la Cultura Ambato, ITAE ...). 

Since 2019 she lives in Pamplona where she is coordinator of the Master's Degree of programs of study Curatorial of the University of Navarra. And she continues to collaborate with different initiatives in the local context. 

She has been a professor from 2020 to 2022 in the Master's Degree in management Cultural and Cultural Policies at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar - Quito. In parallel, she is co-curator of the art publication La Gran Colombia (2017-) , she is a juror for Apexart - NYC (2011-2023) and is a member of Maslow Industries (2019 -


Tania Pardo

Tania Pardo


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Professor at subject El comisario y el artista. Graduate in Art History from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She is currently Deputy Director of CA2M, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo and Plastic Arts Advisor of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Community of Madrid. She has been manager of Exhibitions at La Casa Encendida between 2015 and 2019 and has been part of the team at MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León since 2003 where she has been curator and manager of Programming of the space laboratory 987 (2005-2010) as well as Exhibitions Coordinator. She was also Project Director of the Fundación Santander 2016 (2009-2010). As for work professor has been professor of Art History at the Complutense University of Madrid (2014-2019) and is currently part of the team professor in the Master's Degree in programs of study Curatorial at the University of Navarra.

As an independent curator she has developed different projects among which stand out: DOMÉSTICO'08 where she carried out the project Uno más uno, multitud (December 2008- January 2009); BELLO PÚBLICO at Matadero Madrid framed within the Festival PhotoEspaña 2011; Sin heroísmos, por favor (Iván Argote; Teresa Solar Abboud; Sara Ramo) at CA2M, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (March 2012) or 145 Tizas a project by Maider López at La Nave 16 of MataderoMadrid (2016). She also co-directs the conference de Estudio Arte Contemporáneo Español (Fundación Helga de Alvear / La Casa Encendida and Museo Unión FENOSA) (2012-2014). She has been the guest curator of the program EN CASA at La Casa Encendida (2011-2012). Curator at ARCO 2013 in the ARCOMadrid Collect On Line program at partnership with Paddle8-New York. She has curated the exhibition Variation. The obsessive as a form of landscape in the Arco Foundation Collection at the Centro de Arte de Alcobendas (February 2014). In partnership with the School of Fine Arts of the UCM she organizes the call and exhibition Summer Salon (July 2014). After two years of work in network curatorial presents Retando a la Suerte, a sample on the collective NOPHOTO presented in Tabacalera, Madrid (Ministry of Culture, July 2014) and at the Centre D'art la Panera in Lleida (2015). She curates the sample of the artist Sergio Belinchón at the Invaliden Gallery in Berlin (September 2014) and is manager of the project portfolio viewing CAFÉ DOSSIER organized by the Ministry of Culture (2013 and 2014). Together with Sergio Rubira she curates the sample Pasado, Presente, Futuro del XV

award of Plastic Arts UCM (February 2015) and co-directs the course Curating the Present at La Casa Encendida from 2013-2018. He is a founding member of the fanzine collective Leo Pardo together with Elisa and Miguel Pardo. At La Casa Encendida he has curated the collective sample El curso natural de las cosas (2016); the individual by Antonio Ballester Moreno: ¡Vivan los campos libres de España! (2017) and El hecho alegre. A popular mechanics of the senses (2019). He has directed the mediation program Chimenea, at La Casa Encendida (2017-2019), as well as different courses and workshops on curating.

She has published in several specialized media, and has been a regular contributor to the

Babelia culture supplement of El País as an art critic, writes in catalogs for exhibition, teaches courses and seminars on Contemporary Art and is a member of prominent juries of awards and competitions related to Contemporary Art.


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Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro

Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro

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Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro is a curator and art historian. He was director and chief curator of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (2008-2018) and is advisor senior at present. Curator of the 33rd São Paulo Biennial (2018) and of the Brazilian representation of the 58th Venice Biennale (2019). From 2002 to 2008 he was curator of Latin American art at the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin. In 2007 he was general curator of the 6th Mercosur Biennial in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He holds a PhD in art history and theory from the University of Essex (UK), and an MA in art history with programs of study Latin American from the University of Aberdeen. From 2000 to 2002 he was director of visual arts at The Americas Society in New York. He was also coordinator of exhibitions at Casa de América, Madrid. From 1993 to 1998 he was founding curator of the University of Essex Collection of Latin American Art. His exhibition "The Geometry of Hope" was recognized as the best national exhibition by the US chapter of association International Art Critics (AICA). She has published several books and articles on Latin American art history and has lectured at several universities. She is a member of the collective ESTAR(SER), the Esthetic Society for Transcendental & Applied Realization.


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Raquel Rivera


Raquel Rivera is a specialist in Cultural Law, cultural manager, professor university and curator. Doctor in Law (UNED), Master's Degree in Cultural Law (UNED/UC3M), Bachelor in Law (UNED) and degree scroll of Superior Violin Professor (Conservatory of Seville). She is currently Academic and Institutional Relations Director at Gabeiras y Asociados and Vice-President of the Gabeiras Foundation for Law and Culture, professor university in the UNED Madrid, and in postgraduate courses such as Master's Degree in Cultural Law (UC3M-UNED), Master's Degree of Music Industries and programs of study Sonoros of the UC3M, among others. She is founder and director of the Festival Arte Sonoro FASE (Berlin-Madrid), she has curated. She was Director General Manager of the Fundación Orquesta y Coro de la Comunidad de Madrid. She is the author of several publications in the field of Cultural Law and artistic research .


Sergio Rubira

Sergio Rubira

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Sergio Rubira is Adjunct Professor of Art History at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) and Master's Degree of programs of study curatorial at the University of Navarra. He has been Deputy Director general of collection and exhibitions at the Institut Valencià d'Art Modern (IVAM), Valencia (2017-2020). She has been advisor of visual arts of the Program for the internationalization of Spanish Culture of Acción Cultural Exterior (2020-2022) and belongs to the Acquisitions Commission of the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Madrid. She has been part of the committee advisor of MUSAC, León (2017). 

She started and has directed the department of research data Documentation Questioning and Causality at CA2M, Móstoles (2016-2017; 2021-2022). She has been Academic Secretary of the Master's Degree in History of Contemporary Art and Visual Culture, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Museo Reina Sofía between 2010 and 2017. She has directed the program of training Madrid 45 of the Community of Madrid (2015-2017). She has been co-director of the conference de Estudio de la Imagen de la Comunidad de Madrid (2005-2009); and the course Comisariando el presente, La Casa Encendida (2013-2016). 

She is partner of El Cultural de El Mundo. He has been director attachment of EXIT and is currently part of its committee publishing house . As well as of all the publications edited by group (EXIT Express, EXIT Book, Flúor) between 2003 and 2017. 

He was part of the curatorial team for the 40th anniversary of ARCO (2022), along with María Inés Rodríguez and Francesco Stocchi. He has curated exhibitions such as Elogio de lo cursi, CentroCentro, Madrid (2023); Las tácticas barrocas (Comunidad de Madrid, 2023); Bilduma HAU Colección. Elemental Movements (ARTIUM, Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2023, with Beatriz Herráez and Thomas Boutoux); Metamorphosis of Being. Representations of the Head in Central and West Africa (Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, with François Neyt); Cristina Lucas. Back and forth (CAAC, Seville, 2022); A place to think: educational projects and experimental art schools in the Basque Country (1948-1978) (ARTIUM, Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2022; with Rocío Robles and Mikel Onandia); Lions in the garden: Isabel Villar (DA2, Salamanca, 2022), among others. 

He has written for numerous publications of institutions such as the Centre Pompidou-Metz, the Venice Biennale, the Kunsthall Grunland de Porsgrunn in Norway, the PS1-MoMA in New York, Tranzit in Prague, the FRAC Bourgogne and the Musée de Beaux Arts in Dijon, among others.

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Iciar Sagarminaga

Iciar Sagarminaga


Vicente Todoli

Vicente Todoli

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visiting professor at subject Typologies of the curatorial internship . He was appointed artistic director of Hangar Bicocca (Pirelli Foundation) in May 2012, where he is manager of the program.

Vicente Todolí's degree program in the visual arts spans more than 30 years and includes positions as chief curator (1986-88) and then artistic director of IVAM (Valencian Institute of Modern Art, 1988-1996), before joining the Museum of Contemporary Art. Serralves as its founding director in 1996 until 2002. In 2002 he was appointed Director of Tate Modern by the Trustees of Tate, where he joined full-time in March 2003 and left in June 2010.

At IVAM, he curated exhibitions of works by contemporary artists such as John Baldessari, Richard Prince, Ruthenbeck Reiner, James Rosenquist, Richard Tuttle, Per Kirkeby, Tony Cragg, Juan Muñoz, Julião Sarmento, Guillermo Kuitca, Cildo Meireles and Pedro Cabrita Reis and manager of the collection.

At the Museu Serralves, he curated the museum's inaugural exhibition , Circa 1968, and exhibitions by James Lee Byars, Franz West, Gary Hill, Hamish Fulton, Lothar Baumgarten, Fischli and Weiss, Roni Horn, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ". Richard Hamilton / Dieter Roth: Collaborations, Relations Confrontations" and "Francis Bacon: Caged / Uncaged".

At Tate Modern he curated exhibitions of Sigmar Polke, Robert Frank, Fischli & Weiss, Cildo Meireles, "Rodchenko and Popova: Defining Constructivism", and "Van Doesburg and the International Avant Garde".

He currently advises several museums and foundations, including the Botín Foundation in Santander, where he serves as president of committee advisor , and is the sole advisor of the Fundació Per Amor a l'Art in Valencia, and the Inelcom collection in Madrid. At Hangar Bicocca he has curated the following exhibitions: Dieter Roth and Bjorn Roth "Islands", Cildo Meireles "Installations" Paiva & Gusmao "Papagaio", Juan Muñoz "Double Blind & Around", Damián Ortega "Casino", Carsten Höller" Duda ", Kishio Suga," Situations ", Miroslaw Balka" Crossover/ s ", Lucio Fontana "Environments" and Mario Merz " Igloos ".

He is a Knight of Arts and Letters, received the Order of St. James of Spain in Portugal in 2003 and was named honorary doctor by the Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2011.



Carmen Urpi

Carmen Urpi

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Professor of area of Theory and History of the Education in the School of Education and Psychology of the University of Navarra. I focus my research and teaching in Education aesthetic, artistic and patrimonial, being my specialization program the Education in plastic, visual and audiovisual arts, with a broad approach that covers both the school environment and heritage, museums and cultural leisure. I coordinate since its foundation in 2013 the group of research VOICES, Voices of Innovation and Creativity in the Education and Society, in which I direct the project AME: Arts, Museums and Education. Key factors of the meaningful experience with the work of art in the child and youth population that visit museums or art centers. I am a member of the Sociedad Iberoamericana de Pedagogía Social (SIPS), the International Center for Home Education Research (ICHER) and network The Arts in Society Research Network, and I have collaborated as a visiting scholar at Cambridge University, Durham University, Catholic University of Milan, Catholic University of the West and University of Piura.

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Carlos Urroz

Carlos Urroz


Cultural manager, professor and advisor of foundations, specialized in its institutional link, partnership public-private and focus audiences and content to obtain the desired impact on society through culture and research.

He has been until March 2023 director executive of TBA21 (Thyssen Bornemisza Art Contemporary) -Foundation created by Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza for the production, exhibition and collection of works by contemporary artists related to social and environmental issues-, he is a lawyer advisor of companies (ICADE E-1 Universidad Pontificia Comillas), training which he has completed with courses at New York and Harvard Universities. He has been director of the ARCOmadrid fair from 2011 to 2019. In 2005 she created and directed until 2011 Urroz Proyectos, business aimed at devising and implementing projects in the field of cultural organization and communication, from where she collaborated with the Loewe Foundation, Biennial of the Canary Islands, SEACEX (state society for cultural action abroad) or Region of Murcia. He combined this responsibility with other positions in institutions such as advisor of plastic arts of the Community of Madrid and member of the committee of programming of the ICO Foundation. Between 1998 and 2006 she was director of the Helga de Alvear Gallery, where she worked with important international artists, as well as with the Helga de Alvear collection, germ of the current art center of the same name located in the city of Cáceres. Previously, she worked for four editions as director attachment of ARCO, under the direction of Rosina Gómez-Baeza. 


Laura Valles

Laura Valles


Laura Vallés Vílchez works as a curator, editor and researcher. She studied the degree program Fine Arts and a Master's Degree in Photography at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, an experience that led her to a stay at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, between both degrees. In 2022 he received his PhD from the Royal College of Art in London, where he lives, teaches curatorial classes and directed the European project 4Cs From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture. Her pedagogical work began thanks to a scholarship from the Botín Foundation and is nourished by work as co-founder and editor of Concreta: publishing house , which publishes a magazine and a series of books and which has always had previous experiences in institutions with one foot in pedagogical environments and the other in public environments. This is the case of Afterall in London, organization publishing house linked to Central Saint Martins, where she worked in 2009, and then moved to the MoCP of Columbia University in Chicago in 2010. As a curator she has organized exhibitions such as It's Your Turn (EACC, 2018), 15,600 Days. Xisco Mensua (CCCC, 2019), A través de la arena (Azkuna Zentroa, Artium and CentroCentro, 2019-20), Mitos del futuro próximo (Fotonoviembre, TEA, 2019-20) or Teresa Lanceta: Tejer como código abierto (MACBA-IVAM, 2022-23). She has lectured at institutions such as Royal Academy of Arts, SOAS, University of Granada or UPV, as well as translated authors including Donna Haraway, Moyra Davey or Paul B. Preciado.