Pablo Helguera (Mexico City, 1971) is a New York based artist working with installation, sculpture, photography, drawing, socially engaged art and performance. Helguera’s work focuses in a variety of topics ranging from history, pedagogy, sociolinguistics, ethnography, memory and the absurd, in formats that are widely varied including the lecture, museum display strategies, musical performances and written fiction.
Carmen Hernández has a degree in Fine Arts from the UCV (Universidad Central de Venezuela 1994), a master's degree in Latin American Literature (Universidad Simón Bolívar, 2000) and a PhD in Social Sciences (UCV, 2008).
Sofía is the curator of contemporary art for the CPPC, a position she has held since 2011.
As a consultant, Herreño Pardo facilitates projects of cultural change and human development at the corporate level with Ericksonian Hypnosis and systematic configurations being her principal tools.
Utilizing fragments of imagery borrowed from popular culture, Arturo Herrera creates collages, sculptures, and wall paintings that lie on the shifting border between legibility and abstraction.
Carla Herrera-Prats was born in Mexico City, in 1973. She received a BFA from La Esmeralda in Mexico City and an MFA from CalArts. She also was a fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program. Herrera-Prats is co-founder of Camel Collective, with whom she has been working since 2005.
Mônica Hoff is a brazilian artist, educator and researcher. She has a double degree in Visual Arts and Art Pedagogy from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul –UFRGS, and is currently pursuing there her master’s degree in Art History, Theory and Criticism.
Prior to his retirement as Chief of Library and Museum Archives at The Museum of Modern Art (1999–2016), Milan R. Hughston was a librarian at the Amon Carter Museum from 1979 to 1999.