Israeli journalist specialized in contemporary art, she is the author of numerous interviews and reports in various media in her country. She interviewed Michal Rovner during the show that it’s opened now in Madrid. In her article she reveals the work and personality of this amazing creative.
Juan Manuel Bonet
Writer and art critic, he has published numerous books on early twentieth-century movements, including the Dictionary of the avant-garde in Spain. He was director of the IVAM in Valencia and the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. He repeatedly coincided with Beatriz Milhazes following her recent exhibitions.
He is the curator of the Fine Arts Museum in Seville. He was the director between the years 2003 and 2007. He carried out the doctoral thesis about the collection of Marshal Soult. Since then, he has focused his investigations in the collectionism of the XIX Century and in the consequences of the French occupation in the International view of Seville's painting.
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.
The current Director of Exhibitions and Cultural Affairs of Casa Asia has a profound knowledge of contemporary Asian art, especially Chinese. She is the author of the text on the private collection of Uli Sigg. Between the latest exhibitions that she has commissioned there are Narratives of India and Tokyo Ito.
Leticia Ruiz Gómez
Ph.D. in Art History and titled in Restoration, she is curator of Spanish Painting in the Renaissance and the First Naturalism at the National Museum of el Prado. Commissioner of the first exhibition of Juan Bautista Maíno, she discusses in her article a lesser known facet of his work: portraits.