Founder & Director
Antonio has over 20 years experience within the world of arts and culture. Starting at an early age during the ’80s in Valencia, Spain, he worked as curator and programmer at El Commerical, of one the city’s iconic venues of the day, at an incredibly ebullient time for the arts in the country.
For the past 21 years Antonio has lived in London where he has worked for some of the city’s cultural landmarks such as the South London Gallery and Tate Modern. In his capacity as General Manager of the British American Arts Association / Centre for Creative Communities between 2000-2007, Antonio had the opportunity to get to know the UK’s cultural scene first hand, which in turn enabled him to shape his lifelong dream to make Spain NOW! a reality.
PR & Media
Lucía Burbano is a freelance journalist with a vast experience writing about architecture, design and other cultural-related topics. She carried on more specific PR duties while being in charge of Media Relations at the Catalan Tourist Board office in London. She also co-founded Project 2012, a series of exhibitions reflecting on the end of the world which caught substantial attention from art bloggers and publications.
Associate Curator, Visual Arts
Antoni Ferrer is a freelance curator living and working in London. He is Head Curator of Curare, a London-based independent curatorial project that presents emerging and mid-career international artists. He actively works alongside artists to develop collaborative projects and to generate opportunities to bring such projects to the general public. His work experience also includes working for several art galleries, project spaces, art fairs and other cultural programs in the UK and abroad.
Copywriter, editor and poet, Claudia has worked for chefs, festivals and brand consultants, amongst others. As well as assisting Whitbread Prize-winning novelist Nicholas Mosley, writing for chef Jamie Oliver and proofreading for Gucci, she has devised and implemented PR campaigns for a range of clients, including groundbreaking social enterprises, designers and architects. Her poetry has been acclaimed by well-known authors and foodies, displayed in Soho, London Bridge and Hackney, and performed at the Peckham Literary Festival and in Barcelona.
Her main loves – which she combines in her poetry – are music, languages, literature and food. And, of course, Spain.
Ana García Segura
Visual Design Concept
Associate Curator, Literature
Associate Curator, Fashion
Audiovisual & Multimedia Advisor
Associate Curator, Design & Architecture
Nacho R. Piedra
Associate Curator, Music