Camila Charask
Founding Director

Camila Charask is a political scientist specialising in cultural studies. From 2014 to 2016, she participated in the founding of MERIDIANO, the Argentine Chamber of Contemporary Art Galleries, serving as its first executive director until 2019. Previously, she coordinated SODAA, the Visual Arts Export Consortium, a tripartite programme between the ICBC Foundation, the Argentine Agency for Investments and International Trade, and six commercial galleries in Buenos Aires.

In 2020, she received distinction for her Master's thesis in Arts and Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London. Previously, Charask was a speaker at Access Conferences: on cultural heritage, artistic practice, and intellectual property organised by the Art and Law Departments of the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (2019); and had an essential role in amending the Free Circulation of Artworks Law (2018), as well as  the organisation of the First Conference on the Internationalisation of Argentine Art at the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires, MALBA (2017).

Clara Galperin
Founding Director

Clara Galperin is an art historian and curator. In 2018, she completed her Master's degree in Art History at Stanford University in California. Previously, from 2013 to 2017, she pursued a double major in Art History and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at the same university, receiving the Christopher Meyer Prize in Art History (2017) and the Stanford Alumni Association Award of Excellence (2017). In 2021, she completed her second Master's degree in Modern and Contemporary Art and the Market at Christie's in New York.

Clara has worked as a researcher at the Painting and Sculpture department at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA) in 2017, and at the Institute for Studies in Latin American Art (ISLAA) in New York in 2018. From 2020 to 2022, she participated in the founding of INCUBATOR, an emerging artist gallery based in London.

Ginevra Landini
Project Administrator

Ginevra Landini is a visual artist, educator and political scientist from the University of Buenos Aires (2020). Currently, she is completing a Postgraduate course in Body, Communication, Politics and Aesthetics at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. Between the years 2019-2021 Ginevra has worked at Annaga as coordinator of international projects, collaborating with the International Students Overcoming War and the University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland.