Is a polyvalent curator, perennial collaborator, and occasional writer. For more than a decade he’s been Director and was subsequently appointed International Director of KADIST—a network-driven contemporary arts organization with headquarters in Paris and San Francisco. Among his many projects del Pesco created the first international residency for art magazines, reimagined an historic artist contract to fund a charity chosen by the artist, created a free school by aggregating events across a city, and co-organized conferences at the New Museum and Centre Pompidou exploring the future of art and technology. For the past year, he’s lived between the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, the Balearic Sea in Barcelona, and the Oaxacan Valley of Mexico.