Dosmasunoarquitectos (Borrego, Montenegro y Toro)
Ignacio Borrego, Néstor Montenegro and Lina Toro are founders of the studio Dosmasunoarquitectos and, since 2006, directors of the journal Arquitectos of Consejo Superior de los Colegios de Arquitectura de España. Borrego y Toro are both professor at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, while Montenegro teaches at the Universidad Europea de Madrid.
Barbara Celis is a journalist who has been living in New York for over a decade. She now works as a foreighn correspondent for the newspaper El País. She received a scholarship from the Getty Foundation where she was awarded the USC Annenberg/Getty Arts journalism Fellowship 2009. In these pages she visits the home and collection of Estrellita Brodsky in New York.
Matías Díaz Padrón
Ph.D., University Complutense of Madrid in the History section, he is professor of the Central and the Autonomous University of Madrid and researcher at the Scientific Research Council. His study of the Triptych of Saint John the Baptist was used to analyze the unknown work of Pierre Pourbus preserved in Spain.
PhD in Art History from the University of Leeds, is a regular contributor of the School of Art in the same city, where he teaches Contextual Studies. In his article on Brancusi and Serra reflects his interest in contortion and empathy on postminimalist practices.
José María Palencia
Technical Advisor for Conservation and Research of the Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, he was the first to identify Sebastián Martínez as the author of the Apostleship of the episcopal palace in the same city. In this issue discusses again about this master who became painter of the king Philip IV.
He is one of the most important specialists of Caravaggio, Artemisa Gentileschi and the caravaggian painting but, his recent monograph about the roman period of José de Ribera has been a revolution for the Spanish art history. In his article, he explains the process to get to this discovery.
Professor of Art History at Westminster School in London since 2007, he has worked in schools and museum in New York and London. Well acquainted with the work of Rachel Kneebone, he shows us how to understand the work of this British sculptor known for his work in porcelain.