1 foto lorenzo bruni. cortesy gianni melotti

Lorenzo Bruni

Curatorial Board Coordinator

Lorenzo Bruni is an art critic and curator, born in Florence, he currently lives in Rome, where he teaches Contemporary Visual Arts at AANT and Multimedia Art Market Theory at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Since 2022 he has been teaching Museology at the Albertina Academy in Turin. He studied with Enrico Crispolti at the University of Siena where he graduated in Modern Literature with an experimental thesis on video art and art of the 2000s with Professor Luca Quattrocchi and the supervision of Professor Guglielmo Moneti. Since 2019 he has been the Artistic Director of The Others, a fair dedicated to independent spaces, galleries and artist residencies that adopt experimental practices within the digital and global art system. Since 2019 he has taken part in the curatorial board of the photography fair in Turin called The Phair. Bruni began his journey in the art world in 1996 working on the production of exhibitions (from 1996 to 2000) of diffuse art in the municipalities of Chianti (in Tuscany) curated by Fabio Cavallucci under the name Tuscia Electa. Since 2001 he has coordinated the non-profit space “BASE Progetti per l’arte” in Florence, with which he collaborates in the following years until today. Over the last twenty years, he has worked for many public and private museum institutions in Italy and abroad (Museo del Novecento in Florence, Museo Macro Testaccio in Rome, MAGA in Gallarate, KKC – Klaipedia in Lithuania, Hisk in Gent, Karst in Plymunth, Musée d’art modern de Saint-Etienne Métropole, Fondazione Lanfranco Baldi in Pelago, the RISO Museum in Palermo), and has systematically collaborated with many galleries on curatorial projects for both emerging and internationally renowned artists. He writes for trade publications and has numerous publications to his credit.

Daniela Grabosch is a Vienna based artist whose performative practice migrates back and forth between digital and physical mediums. She holds an MFA in Performative Art from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and a BFA in Fine Arts and Digital Media from Hochschule Düsseldorf. Recent exhibitions include: connections unplugged, bodies rewired, das weisse haus, Vienna, 2021/22; Behind The Times, Solo Show(Abby Lloyd + Alyssa Davis Gallery), online (2020 -); And Then — I Enter[ed] The Deepest Most Dug Cave,Galeria Quadrado Azul, Lisbon (2019/20); We Remember, Off Site Project, online; Hydrobutter, Gomo, Vienna (2019); Animated_Currency_01, Suzie Shride, Vienna (2019); Vie X Mrs, South Way Studio, Marseille (2018); Saló, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg (2017); Objective. The Artist Is Absent, Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Vienna (2016). Grabosch is a 2015 recipient of the Birgit Jürgenssen Preis given by the Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria, the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Galerie Hubert Winter. She is the founder of the curatorial project YYYYMMDD.



Lydia Pribisova, photo Gintare Žaltauskaite



Lýdia Pribišová is a curator and art historian, she lives in Bratislava, Slovakia. Since 2020 she is a curator at Kunsthalle Bratislava, the same year she had been elected a president of Slovak section of AICA. She is a member of a team of Trenčín, European Capital of Culture 2026. Since 2006 she is Slovak editor of Flash Art Czech & Slovak Edition, since 2015 managing editor. 2013 – 2015 she used to work as project coordinator in ( where she also curated several exhibitions and programs. 2012 she founded nonprofit initiative PILOT She is contributor in magazines Flash Art, Artribune and Vlna. In 2013 she obtained PhD degree at the University La Sapienza in Rome, in 2016 she published the book La Quadriennale di Roma. Da ente autonomo a fondazione (Quadriennale of Rome. From Public Body to Foundation) based on this research.


She collaborated with institutions and galleries in various countries:
Museum MAXXI, MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art, MLAC Museo Laboratorio d’arte Contemporanrea, Exelettrofonica, Gallery Apart, Studio Stefania Miscetti, AlbumArte, Brazilian Embassy, Studio Trisorio in Rome and Naples, Viafarini in Milano in Italy; Kunsthalle Athena /Greece/; Museum of Art, Cluj – Napoca /Romania/, Muse Festival, Günter Grass Gallery, Gdansk /Poland/; Larm Gallery, Copenhagen, /Denmark/, OI Futuro, Rio De Janeiro /Brazil/; SIC! Luzern /Switzerland/, Zentrum fűr Kunst und Urbanistik /Germany/, Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad /Serbia/, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka /Croatia/, and, Space, Hit Gallery, Medium Gallery, Šamorín synagogue /Slovakia/.

Digital content creator, art consultant, writer for various publications and author for Rizzoli illustrated books, Elisabetta Roncati has decided to combine her university business/managerial training and passion for culture with a single goal: to bring people closer to art in a clear, easily understandable and professional manner. Interested in all forms of artistic and cultural expression, contemporary and otherwise, she has two great passions: non-European art and civil rights. In 2018, she founded the registered trademark Art Nomade Milan, with which she is involved in digital dissemination on the main social media (Instagram and Tik Tok @artnomademilan)


Elisabetta Roncati

Public Program Coordinator