Scope art fair 2016 SUM gallery
Curator Alicia Cunto
Buenos Aires-Argentina. Teacher and art curator She studied at the University of Buenos Aires with a career of over 30 years was: - Curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Buenos Aires from 2005 to 2012, where he organized the "events of the Bicentenary" in 2010. -Created the International Exhibition of Sculpture at the MET Buenos Aires and the exhibitions of Art and Technology. -Curator of "The Night of Museums" traditional event of Buenos Aires. -Director of ABBA, Cultural Corridor Argentina-Brazil and Director of Olhe Brazil (1ª Art Fair of Green Art).in Sao Paulo. -Curator exhibitions in the Legislative Palace of Uruguay , and in the Embassy of Uruguay at Buenos Aires. -Also in museums of Brazil as the Memorial of Latin America, the Paço das Artes, the MUBE of Säo Paulo and the Museum of the Republic of Brasilia. Brazil Embassy in Oslo, Norway Centre Komunne EID in Norway. Received in the Hall of the Congress of the Argentine Nation, the "Prize to the 10 relevant cultural operators" ---Degree "Comendador" ABACH, Brazilian Academy of Art, Culture and History. Works with institutions of public good.
Curator Graciela Sapia
Buenos Aires, Argentina (1957) Architect and Art Manager. In 1983 she graduated as Architect and Town Planner at Santa Úrsula University in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She incorporates pieces of art in the development of her career as an architect, taking a more active part in the production of the artists she represents. Ten years later she undertakes projects connected with art as for example: ‘ Art Goes to School ‘ , where she sets up ten exhibitions related to the schools’ assignments, she directs and coordinates the first website of Argentine art called tuxys.com; she curates and organizes art shows in non-conventional locations. In 2006 she was in charge of coordinating and setting up the art exhibitions designed to celebrate the Centenary of the former Prilidiano Pueyrredón Art School, today’s National Art University (UNA) She participates in art fairs like EGGO y OLHE BRAZIL. She is currently directing two art websites called arsomnibus.com, dedicated to the communication and recording of local and international art landscape as well as artebus.net, a portal of artists devoted to the circulation and sale of pieces of art.
Curator Gabriel Da Silva
Director of Da Silva Gallery, established in 2010, represents local, regional and international renowned artists, is an important part of the art scene in the metro New York area. DaSilva Gallery has organized more than forty exhibits in its New Have location. In 2012 he curated “Uruguay, in the lower east side” at the Clemente Soto Velez Center in NYC. Gabriel currently is a board member of Sites Projects, a public arts organization bringing artist from around the world to create site-specific projects in New Haven, more than twenty projects has been completes to date. As president of the Westville Village Renaissance Alliance he sought the revitalization of the Westville Village by bringing Art, historic preservation and commerce the main street.