Born in Mexico City in 1972, León de la Barra earned his Ph.D. In history and theory at the Architectural Association in London. Pablo León de la Barra was selected by a committee of five esteemed experts in Latin American art as the second curator for the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative in fall 2013. León de […]


Associate Curator, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Born in Lima, Peru. Raised in New York Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães joined the curatorial staff in 2015 and specializes in modern and contemporary Latin American art. As associate curator of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation based in New York, she is responsible for organizing […]


Rosario Güiraldes is an Argentine curator who lives and works in New York. Güiraldes is Assistant Curator at The Drawing Center. Recent and forthcoming curated exhibitions at The Drawing Center include The Pencil is a Key: Drawings by Incarcerated Artists (2019); Meet the Chicago 400: Lessons in the Carceral State (2020); as well as monographic […]


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Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro. Born in La Coruña, Spain, Pérez-Barreiro is director and chief curator of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, with offices in New York and Caracas. He holds a PhD in Art History and Theory from the University of Essex (UK) and an MA in Art History and Latin American Studies from the University […]


Dimitrina Sevova. Independent curator, researcher, and artist born in Bulgaria, living in Zurich. She completed CuratorLab at Konstfack – University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, Sweden, holds a Master of Fine Arts from the National Academy of Art, Sofia, in the painting class of Prof. Andrey Daniel, and a MAS Curating from the […]

Alvarez Gallery honors relevant lives in art and appreciates their legacy

Last February we honored the work of 2 great artists: Charles O. Perry  (October 18, 1929, Helena, Montana, US – February 8, 2011, Norwalk, Connecticut, US) and Arturo Di Modica (Vittoria, province of Ragusa, Sicily; January 26, 1941-Vittoria, February 19, 2021). Both artists had great careers and left a lesson to the art world. Charles O. […]


Mari Carmen Ramirez was born in 1955 in San Juan.   Mari Carmen Ramirez is an American curator. She was named one of 25 Most Influential Hispanics, Time Magazine, 2005; recipient Peter Norton Family Foundation Award for Curatorial Excellence, Annual award for curatorial excellence, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2005; Getty Curatorial Residence Fellowship.  Master […]


Olu Oguibe, born in 1964 in Aba, Abia, Nigeria, is an artist, cultural scientist, and internationally active curator. For almost four decades Olu Oguibe has been working as a conceptual artist and thinker with an interest in wide-ranging themes, including social and formal issues. Although the Igbo system of thought and existential principles play a […]



Jean-Hubert Martin born on June 3, 1944 in Strasbourg, France, is a leading art historian, institution director, and curator of international exhibitions. Through his professional career, he contributed to expand what is considered as contemporary art as well as create a dialogue between different cultures and ethnic groups.  Jean-Hubert Martin studied at Lycée Fustel de […]


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Barbara Rose (1936-2020). Art critic and historian Barbara Rose—who helped define the major art movements of the latter half of the twentieth century, and who consistently defended the medium of painting against reports of its obsolescence—died on Friday at age eighty-four from cancer. Distinguished by a perspicacity and openness in exploring postwar art and its […]