William Hernandez Luege
William Hernández Luege is a Curatorial Associate for Painting and Sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Previously he was Curatorial Assistant at the Walker Art Center at the Walker Art Center, where he worked with the curatorial teams on the exhibitions Jannis Kounellis in Six Acts (2022), Shen Xin: Brine Lake (A New Body) (2021), Rayyane Tabet: Deep Blues (2021), The Paradox of Stillness: Art, Object, and Performance (2021), Designs for Different Futures (2020), and Theaster Gates: Assembly Hall (2020). He was the curator of the Walker-organized exhibitions Kahlil Robert Irving: Archaeology of the Present and Allan Sekula: Fish Story (both 2023). Hernández Luege holds an MA in the history of art from Williams College; his research interests span modern and contemporary Latin American art and the relationships between ideology, political theory, and aesthetics.
Sandra Jo Martinez
Sandra Jo Martinez is a symbolist painter from Milwaukee working on paper and collaborates on handwoven tapestry design with Wenceslao Martinez. She has been a professional artist for over 30 years and spilts her time between her Door County and Santa Fe galleries.
Robert Cozzolino is an independent Curator based in Minneapolis. Previously he was the Patrick and Aimee Butler Curator of Paintings at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. He curates collaboratively, in partnership with artists, colleagues, and broad communities. “Starting where you are” is critical to his practice—knowing the immediate context and deeper history of the place in which he works. He has curated over fifty exhibitions, including Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art, World War I and American Art, Peter Blume: Nature and Metamorphosis, David Lynch: The Unified Field, and The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World.