Máximo González is a visual artist, capable of capturing subversive subjects and making something beautiful, sublime, and at the same time controversial. He makes delicate, controlled, labor intensive work as well as site specific installations that responds, not only to space but also to political, social and geographic  issues.  Many of his projects include performance actions, that later develop into new objects or installations.
He's the founder of Changarrito Project.
His work can be viewed at www.maximogonzalez.info

Buenos Aires, Argentina, lives and works in Mexico City.
‘Changarrito’ Project contributor.
Degree in Information Technology, Universidad de Buenos Aires. He wrote 7 novels (“I will deny it all”) and 6 poem books (“Poems to read shit-faced”, “Elusive”). He performs poetic presentations, performance,  literary workshop and produced projects such as CFW Poet Agency.

Xochitl Aguirre

Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico, lives and works in Mexico City.
‘Changarrito’ Project contributor.
Bachelor of Arts. She has been working on the Changarrito Projects since its creation and has been a key player in its growing process. She is in charge of the project´s promotion,  cataloguing and preserving the always increasing works of the Changarrito Collection. 
She composes music for shows and contributes in poetic presentations.

María Juliana González

Bella Vista, Corrientes, Argentina, lives and works in Mexico City.
“Changarrito” Project contributor.
She's Historian and Art curator.
She represents Changarrito on international locations, and is the current registrar of Changarrito Collection.
She's a poetic and theater Production Assistant.

Lives and works in Mexico City as an independent curator and art critic.
“Changarrito” Project contributor.

Sofía Buenader

Lives and works in Buenos Aires.
She is a tour guide and has participated in post-production of cultural events.  Has worked in dealing of art and antiques.
She is the webmaster of the "Changarrito" project.

México DF (1966).  She studied at “Instituto de Artes Visuales” and at “Facultad de Artes Plásticas” of “Universidad de Veracruz”. She studied Engraving at “La Esmeralda” and has a Master’s Degree in Sculptural Art from UNARTE, Puebla.  She was awarded the “Jóvenes Creadores” scholarship from FONCA in Poetry  and she received the “Arte por todas partes” award from “ Secretaría de Cultura”. 
Independent Artistic Agent: she carried out several Literary and Visual Art events in Mexico and abroad. She directed the radio program “Destino de Aire” transmited by “Universidad Autónoma de Chapingo”.  Technical Director at “Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura”.  Nowadays, she is a Literary Tutor at the General Management of CONALEP, Puebla.
Published books: Al filo del azar (1996), En boca de otro (1996),Transitorio (2000), Fundió la nieve el sol (2000), Cuatrocientas mentiras (2001), Concierto para cinco sentidos (2002),  La mordedura (2004), El noveno río (2006), La música de no entender (poetry). 

Martina Santillán

Martina Santillán is an independent curator. Some of her group shows are: the group exhibition Arquetipos Imaginarios at ‘Abierto Mexicano de Diseño’ (Mexico City, 2013). PISAR, by Máximo González (Buenos Aires, 2005) and “Suave es la Vida” by Jean- Yves Drouineau (Toluca, 2006). From 2010 to 2014 she worked for  the department “Amigos del Museo de Arte Moderno”, in Mexico City.

Martina has collaborated in different publications over these years: in the art section of the magazine La Revista (Mexico City. 2010 to 2013), TimeOut Mexico (Mexico City. 2012 to 2013) and the magazine Latinarte 
both in its print version as in the online version. (2000 to 2002). 

She was co-founder, director and curator of “Galería MDF” (
Mexico City. 2005 to 2007) 

From 2003 to 2005 she worked at the commercial gallery ‘ART&Idea’ 
as an exhibition coordinator an operations manager.
 Martina Santillán is a PhD candidate in Museum Studies at Leicester University, UK. In 2013 she graduated with honors from the MA in Museum Studies at the same University. She has a BFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, USA. (1999)

Rebecca Gomez

Rebecca Gomez earned her B.A. in Art History from Southwestern University (2007) and her M.A. in Art History and Criticism from the University of Texas at San Antonio (2011), focusing on Latin American Art and writing her thesis on “The History, Collection, and Display of Chicano/a Art in San Antonio.” Rebecca served as assistant to the curator at the UTSA Art Collection for three years; interned at the Royal Academy for the Arts (London, fall semester 2006); and curated the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ exhibit: Art of Devotion: 18th and 19th Century Mexican Religious Folk Art (2007). Her written work appears in peer-reviewed publications, including Anales del Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas (National Autonomous University of Mexico) and Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas (University of New Mexico). She currently works at the Mexic-Arte Museum as the Curator of Exhibitions and Programs.