Mary-Kate O’Hare specializes in U.S. and Latin American 19th century, modern and contemporary art. In 2013 she joined Citi Private Bank’s Art Advisory & Finance as an advisor. Prior to joining Citi, Mary-Kate was Curator of American Art at the Newark Museum for thirteen years where she organized many critically lauded exhibitions.
Celeste is a cultural historian dedicated to rescuing lost causes.
Juan José Olavarría (Valencia, Venezuela, 1969) is a mutidisciplinary artist.
James Oles is a specialist in Latin American art with a BA from Yale, a JD from the University of Virginia, and a PhD in art history from Yale. He is a senior lecturer in art at Wellesley College, and an adjunct curator of Latin American art at Wellesley's Davis Museum.
Norberto José Olivar was born in Maracaibo in 1964. He has a degree in History and a PhD in Political Science. He is a Professor of the University of Zulia, and has published several books.
Erika Ordosgoitti lives and works in Caracas and Bogota.
Edgar Orlaineta's work focuses on the minutiae of everyday life, employing objects and ideas and transforming them into sculptural forms.
Natalia Ortega Gamez (1980) is a Dominican designer and artist.
Andrés Ortega Mendoza studied Electronics and Mathematics at the Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas (IVIC) when it was chaired by Dr. Humberto Fernández Morán and Dr. Marcel Roche.
Bernardo Ortiz (Bogotá, 1972). Artist and writer. Ortiz studied art at the Universidad de los Andes (Bogota-Colombia) and later obtained a Master of Philosophy at the Universidad del Valle (Cali, Colombia). He has exhibited his work in solo and group shows since 1996.
Rubén Ortiz-Torres is a Mexican-born artist who has been living and working in Los Angeles since 1990.
Tania Osorio Harp (Oaxaca, 1986) has been based in Mexico City since 2005 and earned a degree in architecture from the Universidad Iberoamericana in 2010.
Sometimes he draws, sometimes he writes. Professor, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá.