Tam Gryn at the Guggenheim Blog "Welcome to Caracas" by Alexander Apostol

"In the same way, curators who had worked at Venezuelan institutions were dismissed or saw their work severely curtailed, and began taking up posts at foreign institutions. Among the foremost of these are Luis Pérez-Oramas (MoMA, São Paulo Biennial), Julieta González (Tate Modern, Museo Rufino Tamayo), Cecilia Fajardo-Hill (Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation [CIFO], Miami, Museum of Latin American Art [MOLAA], Long Beach, California), Nydia Gutiérrez (Museo de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia), Rina Carvajal (Miami Art Museum [MAM], São Paulo Biennial), Jorge Rivas (Los Angeles County Museum of Art [LACMA]), Carlos Palacios (Museo Carrillo Gil, Mexico City), José Luis Blondet (Dia Art Foundation, New York, BCA, LACMA), Isabela Villanueva (Americas Society, New York, São Paulo Biennial), Jesús Fuenmayor (CIFO) or Gabriela Rangel (Americas Society, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [MFAH]), together with others like Alex Slato (MOLAA), Tam Gryn (Artist’s Pension Trust [APT]) and Axel Stein (Sotheby’s). These specialists have transferred their knowledge of Venezuelan art or their particular perspectives on the country to the museums and cultural institutions of other latitudes. Furthermore, there are independent curators and researchers working internationally, like Celeste Olalquiaga, Mónica Amor, and Juan Ledezma, together with young critics like Alejandra Villasmil (artishock.cl), Lisa Blackmore, Mónica Núñez, and María Virginia Jaua (salonkritick.net)."