Júlia Ayerbe edits, curates and researches about books, exhibitions, and feminisms. With Laura Daviña and Marina Marchesan holds the publishing house Edições Aurora / Publication Studio SP. She currently studies a master’s degree at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid / Museo Reina Sofía.Tiago de Abreu Pinto
Tiago de Abreu Pinto is an independent curator, PhD in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, whose practice is shaped by an ongoing dialogue with literature and philosophy.bc Tyler Coburn
– Guest Editor of “Spring 2018 Issue”
Tyler Coburn is an artist and writer based in New York.def Found Review
– EditorialsHelena Fernández-Cavada
Helena Fernández-Cavada draws every day in order to pose questions and play with them, a process that ranges from the questioning of established relationships to the contradiction as an attitude towards life.g Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
Johanna Gustafsson Fürst is an artist that uses performance, texts, sculptures and site-specific installations to process how everyday life encounters political and social systems. Gustafsson Fürst is a senior lecturer in fine art at Konstfack in Stockholm. Recent exhibitions include Consonni (ES), Moderna Museet (Stockholm) and Kalmar Konsthall (SE).hijkl Karl Lydén
Karl Lydén is the editor of Found Review. He is working on a PhD Thesis in Philosophy in Stockholm.Marilia Loureiro
Marilia Loureiro is a curator interested in projects that give critical forms to the usual procedures of art. She is in charge of the programme of Casa do Povo, a cultural center in São Paulo that fosters processual artistic and socially engaged practices, in close relationship with its surrounding Bom Retiro neighborhood.Esther Lu
Esther Lu is a curator based between Taipei and wonderland.mnopqrs Kuba Szreder
Kuba Szreder works with curating and theory of contemporary art, he makes projects in the expanded field of art, and analyses social mechanisms of this expansion.
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– Guest Editor of “Winter/Verano 2018 Issue”
Carla Zaccagnini is an artist and writer interested in how invisible forces become visible and the forms they assume when they do. Professor of Conceptual and Contextual Practices at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.Amy Zion
Amy Zion is a curator and writer in New York City. Since Fall 2016, Zion is part-time faculty at CCS Bard College, where she co-edits the student-led online journal, accessions.org. Zion is co-organizing Frieze Talks 2018 with Tom Eccles and working on an exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (2019).