The Others’ Curatorial Board 2020

Lorenzo Bruni, art critic and curator, he coordinates BASE / Projects for Art in Florence since 2000. He has collaborated with important galleries and institutions both in Italy and abroad, including the KCCC Museum in Lithuania, the RISO Museum in Palermo, KARST in Plymouth, the Pecci Museum in Prato and the Museo 900 in Florence. He currently teaches at the Academy of Arts and New Technologies in Rome.

Adam Carr, curator and critic, in the last fifteen years he worked worldwide on exhibition projects through which he has investigated the legacy of conceptual practices with respect to new generations of international artists. He is also a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University in Liverpool, where he lives and works.

Elisa Carollo, art advisor, is a careful analyst of new fair and market practices. With a two-year experience in New York following a Master Degree in Art, Law And Business at Christie’s New York, she is now head of the new Art Advisory department of a tax and legal firm in Milan, where she now lives and works.

Dobrila Denegri, art historian and curator with a long experience in museums in Italy, Serbia and Poland, has served for five years as director of the Center of Contemporary Art in Torun, teaching fashion and design, living and working in Rome.

Kateryna Filyuk, curator and critic, after the experience at the course for curators at the De Appel Art Centre in Amsterdam, coordinates the 89books publishing house in Palermo, dedicated to photography, as well as the role of curator of the Izolyatsia Foundation in Kiev, where she experiments new ways of residency for artists.

Elda Oreto, art historian and critic, after coordinating the Arctic Svalbard Art Centre in Norway, returned to Berlin, where she had founded and directed an art gallery for three years, to devote herself to writing and experimenting with new narratives at the time of social media.

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