Holding a Bachelor of Arts from the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, Aya Eliav specialized in Applied Arts at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome. She initially found Context in Rome, and led walks in the Eternal City for several years before relocating to Spain. A native Israeli, Aya is currently based in Barcelona where she continues working as a multimedia artist and having exhibitions of her work in solo and group shows around the world.
A native of Barcelona, Biel has a degree in art history from the University of Barcelona where he wrote his thesis on Catalan artists. He is active in the Barcelona arts scene, and as Catalan he has tremendous knowledge of the region's history and culture.
Santiago (Santi) has a PhD in Art History, focusing on Barcelona's cathedral during the Baroque period to 19th century. He is widely published in Spanish and Catalan in a broad range of academic periodicals, and has taught classes at University of Barcelona on Renaissance and Baroque art history, Spanish painting, urbanism and architecture. He previously provided guided tours of several of Gaudí’s buildings, such as the Palau Güell and Güell Pavilions, as well as Modernista walking tours. In addition to teaching and writing, Santi works as a researcher for a well-known antiques dealer in Barcelona, specializing in old drawings and prints studies. Passionate about art history and architecture, Santi recently published a book about his research work in Barcelona’s cathedral through history.