Benjamin Tischer

Benjamin Tischer is the co-owner of INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, a contemporary art gallery in the Lower East Side of New York City. A member of the matrimonial art collective Bengala, Benjamin likes eccentrics, perverts, polymaths and masterminds and dislikes formality, “painting,” decadence, and over opulence.

Felix Burrichter

Felix Burrichter is the editor/creative director of PIN–UP, the New York-based magazine for architectural entertainment.


Galatea is a unique and exclusive project inspired by and for TVTOR. Its curators and creators, Alberto and Riccardo of Lago di Lot, invite you to this journey to explore new sensations and thoughts. It is a visual experience to accompany you into diverse dimensions. Galatea asks but never answers. Galatea Proposes but never obligates.

Mark Fletcher

A curator, collector, advisor and private dealer of contemporary art, Mark Fletcher has almost three decades of experience organizing exhibitions and projects independently and for leading galleries in the United States, Europe and Asia. Fletcher has worked with dozens of significant artists, including Richard Prince, Matthew Barney, Rachel Whiteread, Gabriel Orozco, Ed Ruscha and Kiki Smith.

Matthias Vriens-McGrath

Born and raised in Amsterdam, Matthias Vriens McGrath turned to the worlds of design and publishing when he moved to Paris in 1992. Here he started collaborating with Dutch Magazine, becoming both its Creative Director and Editor-in-Chief. Under the direction of Matthias, Dutch went from being a local homegrown magazine to an international style bible, gaining fashion’s major advertisers. With his ability to provoke–done always with humor and elegance¬–Matthias drove Dutch’s success. His “naked issue,” in which the only fashion visible was the brand credits themselves, gained mass notoriety in the fashion world. Following his exit from Dutch, Matthias became worldwide Creative Director for Giorgio Armani and a year later named Senior Art Director for the Gucci Group. While working as an Art Director, Matthias discovered his passion for photography and decided to move to New York, where he produced editorial for i-D, The Face, Vogue Hommes International, The New York Times, Interview, Numero/Numero Homme, Fantastic Man, Wallpaper* and Butt Magazine. TVTOR is Matthias’s long awaited return to the magazine world.

Not Vogue

The history of our times calls to mind those LOONEY TUNES characters who rush madly over the edge of a cliff without seeing it, so that the power of their imaginations keeps them suspended in mid-air; but as soon as they look down and see where they are, they fall. This event was authored as a collective action by RED PILL ARMY FACTION and programmed by RPAF member Anon Bunker


Guilherme Silva and Rodolfo Cemin are the precocious duo behind Silva+Cemin. Born, living, and working in Brazil, Silva+Cemin have been producing work since their meeting in 2011. The “plus” of Silva+Cemin represents the ideals of their work; they seek to capture the sum of art and fashion in each photograph and inherently express their feelings, intensify lives and make things more grand than they actually are. The duo’s work has been shared in art and fashion magazines, website and galleries around the world.

Vince Aletti

Vince Aletti reviews photography exhibitions for the New Yorker’s Goings on About Town section and writes a regular column about photo books for Photograph. He is the winner of the 2005 Infinity Award in writing from the International Center of Photography, where he co-curated “Weird Beauty: Fashion Photography Now” with Carol Squiers and was the curator of “This Is Not a Fashion Photograph;” he and Squiers worked together on “Richard Avedon Fashion,” the museum’s summer 2009 exhibition, as well as on its Abrams catalog. “Male,” a book of photographs and other artwork from Aletti’s collection, was published by Andrew Roth’s PPP Editions at the end of 2008. “The Disco Files 1973-1978,” a collection of Aletti’s weekly columns on disco, was published in spring 2009 by DJhistory in the UK.

Wilhelmina Hilbers

Wilhelmina Maria Hilbers lives in Sirmione-Lago Di Garda with her three children and a rather large collection of various mammals. Hilbers enjoys making soap sculptures. A life long friend of Matthias Vriens-McGrath and a new addition to, Hilbers has just created her first blog post ever.