Anna Maria Guasch Ferrer is Professor in Contemporary Art History at the University of Barcelona, where she leads the research groups Art, Globalization, Interculturality (www.artglobalizationinterculturality.com) and Global Art Archive (www.globalartarchive.com). She is the author of The Last Art of the 20th Century: From Postminimalism to Multiculturalism: 1968–1995 (Alianza Forma, 2000) and Art and Archive: Genealogies, Typologies, and Discontinuities 1920–2010 (Akal/Arte Contemporáneo, 2011). She is currently completing a book entitled The Global Effect: Mobility, Translation and Memory in the Global Era, 1989–2014 (forthcoming, 2015). She is also a renowned art critic, with publications in numerous national and international journals, newspapers and magazines.Nasheli Jiménez del Val is Beatriu de Pinós Postdoctoral Fellow (AGAUR, 2012–2014) at the University of Barcelona, where she is developing a research project on visual representations of power in colonial Mexico. She was Lecturer in Spanish and Latin American Studies at the University of Stirling in 2010, and Postdoctoral Fellow at Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas-UNAM from 2011 to 2012. She has published several texts on Mexican visual culture and its relation to politics in various academic journals and anthologies.