Born in Spain, Chus Martínez has a background in philosophy and art history.Currently Chus Martínez is the Head of the Institute of Art of the FHNW Academy of Arts and Design in Basel, Switzerland. From 2018 till 2020, she will be the Expedition Leader of The Current, a project initiated by the TBA21 Academy.
Eva Fabbris (1979) lives in Milano. She is a curator and art historian. She obtained a PhD in Humanities from the University’ of Trento. Since February 2016 she is part of the Curatorial and Research Department of Fondazione Prada in Milan. From 2013 to 2016 she was curator and coordinator of Back to the Future for Artissima, Turin.
Eugenio Viola (Naples 1975) is an Italian art critic and curator. He was voted the best Italian curator for 2016 by the Italian art magazine Artribune and in 2014, British art magazine ‘Apollo’ named Viola as one “of the most talented and inspirational young people who are driving forward the art world today”.
As the son of Julian Beck and Judith Malina, The Living Theatre’s founders, I was raised in the vibrant and expansive Off-Broadway theatre world of the 1950s.
This included – of course – performing in all the children’s roles in the theatre’s productions. And also, being a part of the astonishing milieu of artists, writers, poets, dancers, and painters who frequented the theatre – and our apartment.
Pasquale Persico was born in 1946. He has been Professor of Political Economy, Communication Sciences at the University of Salerno since 1987. He has taught Political Economy, Econometrics, Economic Policy and Italian Economics at the “Aldo Moro” University of Bari, at the “Orientale” and “Parthenope” Universities of Naples, at the University of Calabrie and at the Sapienza University of Rome.
Piero Tomassoni is an independent contemporary art curator and art critic based in London. He is the founder and director of the art advisory platform Artvisor. He works closely with international institutions, galleries and collectors.