Coline Milliard is an art writer based in London. UK Editor for Modern Painters and ARTINFO as well as London correspondent for art press, she is a regular contributor to Art Review and Art Monthly. She has also written for MAP, Artnet Magazine, Contemporary, Flash Art International, Untitled, Metropolis M, Frieze.com, Afterall Online, Numéro and Art in America. Coline Milliard is an executive member of AICA, the International Association of Art Critics. She is founding co-editor of Catalogue (www.cataloguemagazine.com), the very first contemporary art magazine designed to act as a platform for interaction between the English and French-speaking art worlds.
Mathieu Mercier is a french artist, he lives and works in Paris. He has exhibited at many major museums and art centers around the world: Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; Artsonje Museum, Seoul, Korea; FRAC Bourgogne, France; Kunsthalle Nürmberg; Manifesta 4, Frankfurt; Fri-Art Kunsthalle Fribourg, France and Berlin Biennale amongst others.
Douglas Heingartner is an art journalist based in Amsterdam. He is a regular contributor to Flash Art, Frieze, I.D., IEEE, Spectrum, Los Angeles Times, The Associated Press, The Economist, The Int'l Herald Tribune, The New York Times, The Village, Voice, The Washington Post, and Wired.
Lorenzo Bruni is a critic and freelance curator, lives and works in Florence. Starting from 2000, Bruni takes part to the artistic project named BASE Contemporary Art Projects (www.baseitaly.org), a no-profit space in Florence, where he follows and coordinates each art project along with the artists community of BASE. On 2006, Lorenzo Bruni was the inventor and curator of a new art space in Florence, VIANUOVA ARTE CONTEMPORANEA, where he has developed a program of shows and happenings involving international and national contemporary artists. He took part to several monographs and he’s going through a volume about the relation between Art and Architecture from the 70’s until now for Silvana Editoriale. At the moment he is contributor for some magazine like Arte e Critica, Mousse Magazine and Flash Art. He is also author of numbers of essays on contemporary art, young and established artists for publications.
Noah Stolz is the director of La Rada, a space for contemporary art based in Locarno (CH). He also works as a freelance curator and art critic writing for Kunst-Bulletin and occasionally for other art magazines (Contemporary and Mousse, among others). He has curated many group shows and solo exhibitions with artists like Miguel Angel Rios, Roberto Cuoghi, Enrico Ghezzi, Angelika Markul, David Renggli, Andrea Sala, Hiraki Sawa, Peter Stoffel, and many more.
Áron Fenyvesi is a Budapest (HU) based curator and art writer. Since 2011 he is the leading curator of the Trafó Gallery, which focuses on central-eastern european art. He is a member, and ex-secretary of the Studio of Young Artists’ Association, Budapest and a member of the board of AICA, section Hungary. Fenyvesi was nominated for the Lorenzo Bonaldi EnterPrize in 2009, and he curated many exhibtions in Hungary focusing on the local emerging art scene - including shows which were located in the Ernst Museum, Budapest; Studio Gallery, Budapest; Art Gallery, Paks; and the Institute of Contemporary Art – Dunaújváros. His most recent shows include Donumenta 2010 – Aktuelle Kunst aus Ungarn, which was held in Regensburg, Germany. One of his latest publications is an interview with the Elmgreen & Dragset artist duo, and a catalogue for Ádám Kokesch.