Letizia Arbeteta has PhD in Art History, is Museum Curator and researcher. She is a specialist in Hispanic jewelry area and decorative arts and has curated major exhibitions on these subjects.
Joaquín Bordíu Ximénez de Embún
He has developed since the early '70s a collector and research activity around the painting of thesixteenth and seventeenth centuries in central and northern Europe, which has been a member of the Association of Netherlandish Art Historians (HNA) and further the work of Ravensteyn and Savery.
He worked for a decade as an architect, planner and scheduler in Africa, Europe and Middle East. He was Deputy Editor of The Architectural Review for a decade and, in parallel, has developed an extensive career as a freelance writer, critic, curator and consultant.
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.
Art History professor at Trinity College in Dublin, he has shown a keen interest in several aspects of Spanish seventeenth century painting, especially the Still Life genree, on which he has curated a number of exhibitions. At the last one, in the Gulbenkian foundation in Lisbon, he presented the painting by Sánchez Cotán, which he examines in these pages.
Director of Ivorypress Art + BooksSpace, she has curated various exhibitions, including The Art of Eating at La Pedrera in Barcelona in 2011, or Richard Hamilton, in the gallery Charpa of Valencia in 2007. She visit the studio of Galician artist based in London Angela de la Cruz.
Associate Professor of History of Applied Arts and Jewellery at the Università degli Studi di Firenze is also director of the Hebrew Museum of that city. In her article examines the role of financial development Renaissance with the exhibition Money and Beauty at Palazzo Strozzi.
As art historian she has focused his research on the work of Rafael and Bernini, as well asthe decorative arts of the time of the Grand Tour. His editorial experience with Franco Maria Ricci through numerous books has allowed her to meet his last project: a museum for their collections in the middle of a maze.
Journalist, critic and professor of Photography at Casper Libero University of Sao Paulo, dedicated to the communication of the image. She is responsible for organizing the collection of Photographs SENAC. In his article, reviews the photographic career of José Manuel Ballester on his current exhibition in Madrid.