Tere Arcq, MA, is an independent curator based in Mexico City. She specializes in women artists and surrealism in Mexico. She was chief curator at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City from 2002-2006 and since then, she has curated numerous exhibitions internationally, among them In Wonderland. The Surrealists Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States, LACMA: Los Angeles, Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico, Musée National des Beaux-Arts, Québec, (2012-13); Leonora Carrington. Magical Tales, Museo de Arte Moderno in México City, (2018), Leonora Carrington. Revelation, Fundación Mapfre, Madrid (2023). Her latest show, Remedios Varo. Science Fictions is currently on view at the Art Institute of Chicago. In co-authorship with Susan Aberth, she wrote and edited The Tarot of Leonora Carrington, London, (2020), and this year published a second and expanded edition with RM, Barcelona. 

Susan L. Aberth holds Edith C. Blum Professor in the Art History and Visual Culture distinguished chair at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. She is widely published in books, exhibition catalogues, auction catalogues and periodicals. Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy and Art was the first monograph on the artist and is still in print its 8th edition. In 2020 she and Mexican curator Tere Arcq published The Tarot of Leonora Carrington. Some of her essays in exhibition catalogues include: Surrealism and Magic, Guggenheim Venice (2022); Not Without My Ghosts (2020, traveling exhibition in England); Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist (Phoenix Art Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2019), Leonora Carrington: Cuentos Magicos (Museo de Arte Moderno & INBA, Mexico City, 2018). She has written essays for many books and for the Journal of Surrealism of the Americas; Artforum, ASAP/Journal; Words without Borders; Mélusine; Art Journal.

Dan Nadel is a writer and curator based in Brooklyn. A 2021-2022 fellow at the Leon Levy Center for Biography, Dan regularly contributes essays and criticism to Art in America, the New York Review of Books, and Artforum, as well as museum and gallery catalogs internationally. Currently, Dan is a co-curator for a large-scale rethinking of the art history of the 1960s at the Whitney Museum of American Art (March 2025). Dan has organized numerous exhibitions, including Chicago Comics, 1960s to Now for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and Mike Henderson: Before the Fire, 1965-1985 at the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, UC Davis. He is working on a forthcoming biography of Robert Crumb (Scribner, Spring 2025).

Andy Campbell is a critic, curator, educator, and historian of contemporary art and design with particular emphasis on U.S. identity-based political movements of the 20th and 21st centuries, their archives and afterlives. Recent monographs include Bound Together: Leather, Sex, Archives, and Contemporary Art, and Queer X Design. Together with Chelsea Weathers he co-edited the volume Jennifer West: Media Archaeology, and with Amelia Jones the catalog Queer Communion: Ron Athey—named one of “The Best Art Books of 2020” by The New York Times. Campbell’s essays and reviews have appeared in Artforum, Xtra, GLQ, Dress, The Invisible Archive, and Turbo, amongst others. His current book project examines the material and procedural effects of—and silences around—poverty in contemporary artistic practice in the United States. Campbell is Associate Professor of Critical Studies at USC’s Roski School of Art and Design, and he lives in Gardena, CA.

Tania June Sammons is a Savannah-based curator and writer whose passion for art, architecture, history, and culture has produced dozens of exhibitions and publications, including Beyond Utility: Pottery Created by Enslaved Hands, and The Art of Kahlil Gibra.