Alexia Tala is a curator and art critic specializing in Latin America. She has been responsible for several exhibitions and biennials in the region, is the author of a series of articles and is currently the chief curator of the Paiz Art Biennial – Guatemala and artistic director of the Plataforma Atacama, in Chile.

Claudinei Roberto da Silva is a visual artist, curator and professor of Art Education at USP. He was coordinator of the Education Center at the Afro Museum, co-curator of the 13th edition of the Bienal Naïfs do Brasil and curator of several exhibitions, including BlackAttitude.

Miguel Groisman is a journalist graduated from Faculdade Cásper Líbero and graduating in Cinema from FAAP. He has written about cinema and photography for Revista Esquinas and was a student researcher under the guidance of Simonetta Persichetti. He is currently a reporter for arte!brasileiros.

Pollyanna Quintella is a curator, teacher and researcher. Graduated in Art History from UFRJ, she has a master's degree in Contemporary Art and Culture from UERJ and is a doctoral candidate at the same institution. She collaborated with research and curatorship for the Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR) and writes for several publications. FARSA – Language, Fracture, Fiction: Brazil-Portugal, at Sesc Pompeia.

Thaddeus Chiarelli is a curator and art critic. He is a professor in the Visual Arts course at USP. He was director of the Pinacoteca de São Paulo and the Museum of Contemporary Art at USP (MAC-USP). He has also served as chief curator of the

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