Andrew Berardini is a writer, editor, and curator from California. He has curated exhibitions at venues including MOCA-Los Angeles, Palais de Tokyo, Castello di Rivoli, and the Pavilion of Estonia at the 2019 Venice Biennale. Best known for his poetic and corporeal writing, Berardini has been a longtime contributor to Artforum. Since 2008, he has been faculty at the artist-run free school the Mountain School of Arts and has occasionally run a residency for art writers at the Banff Centre in Canada. In 2016, he was appointed writer-in-residence at the Institute for Art and Olfaction in Los Angeles and appointed a judge for the Sadakichi Award for Experimental Work with Scent for the Art and Olfaction Awards. A contributing editor at Momus and Mousse, he is the author of the book Danh Vo: Relics (Mousse, 2016) and of a forthcoming work on color. Berardini is the past recipient of an Andy Warhol/Creative Capital Grant. His book about color is forthcoming in May 2022.
Andrew is enthusiastically working with MobileCoin as a curator helping to design new arts initiatives.
Inga Bard is a contemporary oil painter and a non-profit founder. Her work has been exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Museo Villa Bardini in Florence, the HK Art Fair, the Soho Fluorescent Festival in London, and many more. Her non-profit work includes co-founding Paint the Void and The Safety Net Fund in support of artists and public imagination in the time of Covid-19. Bard is also the founder of Art for Civil Discourse (ACD), a non-profit project that brings communities together to spark conversation through public art. She has herself created several public art projects including for the cities of San Francisco, Flint, Michigan, and Dunedin, Florida as well as several private and corporate commissions. Inga’s mission in life is simple: to make the world a better and a more beautiful place through supporting artists and cultural critical discourse through the arts.