Atocha, Buenos Aires
Ramiro Oller, Juan Reos

Belleza y Felicidad Fiorito, Buenos Aires
Colectivo Villa Fiorito

Bijou, Buenos Aires
Cervio Martínez

Biquini Wax EPS, Mexico City
Carolina Fusilier

Bonita Galería, Buenos Aires
Julieta García Vázquez y Ana Vogelfang

Calvaresi, Buenos Aires
Daniel Basso

Constitución, Buenos Aires
Martín Farnholc Halley, Alfredo Frias, Catalina Oz

Fantazia, Buenos Aires
Jazmín Berakha, Sofía Berakha, Santiago Taccetti

Fuga, Santa Fe
Nicolás Bassi, Belén Romero Gunset

Fundación El Mirador, Buenos Aires
Marco Pimentel

Futuro Museo de Cine, Buenos Aires
Agustina Wetzel

Galería Nora Fisch, Buenos Aires
Gala Berger, Marcelo Galindo

Granada Gallery, Buenos Aires
Verónica Calfat

Intemperie, Córdoba – Buenos Aires
Gonzalo Maggi, Gisella Scotta, Francisco Vázquez Murillo

Isabel Croxatto Galería, Santiago de Chile
Ulises Mazzucca

Isla Flotante, Buenos Aires
Valentín Demarco, Tobías Dirty, Verónica Madanes

Jamaica ATR Gallery, Rosario
Carlos Aguirre, Jimena Losada Lacerna, Alejandro Rossetti

Le Putit, Mar del Plata
Nahuel Agüero, Sasha Minovich

Media Galería, Buenos Aires
Nazareno Pereyra, Matías Romano Alemán

Moria Galería, Buenos Aires
Aurora Castillo, Celina Eceiza, Juliana Iriart

NN, La Plata
Facundo Belén, Franco Mala

ohno galería, Buenos Aires
Benjamín Felice, Santiago Licata, Julia Volpato

Piedras, Buenos Aires
Clara Esborraz

PM, Buenos Aires
Colectivo Amistad

Quimera, Buenos Aires
Bart, Sebastien Desbats, Gregorio Rubio, Mia Superstar

Selvanegra, Buenos Aires
Antonella Agesta, María Guerrieri, Lucía Reissig

Ypuccko, Buenos Aires
El Pelele, Nico Lillo

Otras Formas, Buenos Aires
Sello Discográfico

Alejandra Aguado

Consulting committee of U,T,O,P,I,A,20/20

Alejandra Aguado (Buenos Aires, 1976) is a curator. Since 2014, she co-directs Móvil, a non-business entity dedicated to the curation and production of individual projects by young Argentine artists. Móvil has worked, since its foundation, with artists such as Irina Kirchuk, Joaquín Boz, Tomás Maglione, Mercedes Azpilicueta, Santiago De Paoli, Joaquín Aras, Elena Dahn, Leopoldo Estol, Julián D’Angiolillo, among others. Since 2009, she has also served as a curator of the Colección Sigman – Grupo Insud and carries out several independent curatorships. Among other projects, she collaborates as a tutor in the Bienal de Arte Joven de Buenos Aires (2019) more specifically in the individual exhibits program; she was co-curator of Utopia for arteBA 2019; developed and cured “Relieves. Experiencias artísticas en territorio” (2016-7) [Relieves. Artistic experiences in territory] , an initiative of Ministerio de Cultura de la Nación in collaboration with arteBA Fundación, through which artistic actions took place in dialogue with several communities. She also served as curator of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (2014-15) and as assistant curator in Tate, London (2006-9). She has been a jury for divers prizes such as Curriculum 0 (2008), arteBA-Petrobras (2012), arteBA Programa Jóvenes Curadores (2015), Beca de Viaje Colección Alec Oxenford (2016, among others, and has officiated as an admission jury of Artists’ Program of Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (2017 and 2018). She has collaborated with texts in several publications and exhibitions. She has a degree in Social Communication and has received an MA from the Curating Contemporary Art Programme of the Royal College of Arts, London.

Vanina Scolavino

Consulting committee of U,T,O,P,I,A,20/20

Vanina Scolavino (Buenos Aires, 1976) was trained in the field of design and information editing. Interested in the idea of art as a process, she finds in collaborating with artists, galleries and cultural Institutions, a field of possibilities for research and interdisciplinary expansion. Her work flows between art direction, editing, design and dramaturgy.

Carlos Herrera

Consulting committee of U,T,O,P,I,A,20/20

Carlos Herrera was born in 1976 in the city of Rosario, Argentina. He currently lives and works in Buenos Aires. Between 2010 and 2011, he was part of Beca Kuitca, UTDT. In 2011, he received the First Petrobras arteBA Prize for his work Autorretrato sobre mi muerte. That same year he was part of the Argentine shipment at Istanbul Biennial. He is represented by Ruth Benzacar Art Gallery and currently serves as Artistic Director of Munar Arte, La Boca. He is the curator of numerous exhibitions and the tutor of several artists’ programs.