Curatorial team



Alexia Tala

Currently works as chief curator of the 22nd Paiz Art Biennial in Guatemala, curator of the Solo sector for SP-arte in Sao Paulo (Brazil, 2019-2020) and artistic director of Plataforma Atacama, Brasil a project addressing the relationship between art and place based in the Atacama desert in Chile, developing projects with artists such as Hamish Fulton, Melanie Smith and Paz Errázuriz among others.

Previously curator of Focus Brasil (Chile, 2010), chief curator of LARA (Latin American Roaming Art 2012- 2013); she has also curated Solo exhibitions by artists such as Cadu, Francisca Aninat, Marcelo Moscheta and Hamish Fulton, and was co-curator for the first Performance Biennial Deformes (Chile, 2006); the exhibition Museum Man: Historia de la Desaparición (Franklin Furnace archivesCentro Cultural Palacio La Moneda, Chile, 2007); the 8th Mercosur Biennial Essays in Geopeotics (Brazil, 2011), the 4th Poly/graphic Triennial of San Juan: Latin America and the Caribbean in Puerto Rico, the 20th Paiz Art Biennial in Guatemala, Solo Projects: Focus Latin America for ARCO 2013 and Solo Projects for Summa Art Fair Madrid . She was also curator of the Printmaking Collectors Club and guest researcher of Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende

She writes for art publications in Latin America and internationally. She is the author of Installations and Experimental Printmaking (UK, 2009) and of the next monograph publication on the work of Lotty Rosenfeld.

Gabriel Rodriguez Pellecer

He is both artist and curator, trained in Architecture and the Net, teaching Art History and Contemporary Art, with a practice that combines all these attributions.

He has participated as an artist in group shows held in Brazil, Colombia, France, Germany, Guatemala and Slovenia. His work is part of collections located in Guatemala and the United States.

He has curated group shows at projects like Basement 1 (founded by him) between 2013 and 2017, and individual exhibitions of renowned artists like Moisés Barrios and Rodolfo Abularach, as well as several exhibitions such as Centro Cultural Metropolitano, Sol del Río, Concepción 41 and Las 1001 Noches.