María de Corral López-Doriga
She is an art critic and independent curator. At present she is the coordinator of the Contemporary Art Collection (Museo Patio Herreriano of Valladolid), the Senior Curator of Dallas Museum of Art, in the United States, and she also co-directs Expo Actual S.L. In 2005, she was the director of the 51st Venice Biennale, where she met William Kentridge.
Javier Jordán de Urríes y de la Colina
He holds a PhD from the Universidad Complutense and is the curator of the Real Sitio de Aranjuez (The Royal Site of Aranjuez). Curator of diverse exhibition, he authored numerous articles, amongst which is the first monograph on the Real Casa de Labrador.
Benito Navarrete Prieto
He is the Professor of Art History at the University of Alcala de Henares. He is part of the Vetting Committee in Maastricht Tefaf and scientific advisor in the Diego Velázquez Center of the Focus-Abengoa Foundation. His research on The Immaculate returns authorship of the work to the master of Seville.
Eric C. Shiner
He is the Milton Fine Curator of Art at Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has worked extensively as exhibition curator, especially in New York. He sheds light on the personal and artistic universe of the Afro-American artist Kara Walker following her latest cutouts.
He is the chief architect, founder and manager of the studio A-Cero. His work, widely acknowledged in our country, is strongly making its way outside our borders. He is a great connoisseur of Renzo Piano’s work.
He is an expert in Spanish and Italian baroque sculpture and paintings, he was the director of the Prado Museum when the state acquired a lot of 27 figures of bulls and bull fighters. His study on these pieces defends the authorship by Juan Cháez, a XVII century artist from Malaga.