1 foto lorenzo bruni. cortesy gianni melotti

Lorenzo Bruni

Curatorial Board Coordinator

Lorenzo Bruni is an art critic and curator, born in Florence, currently living in Rome. In recent years he has taught History of Art, History of Printing and Publishing and Museology in various Italian Academies, while at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence he is Professor of Digital Cultures. Since 2019 he has been the Artistic Director of The Others and since 2000 he has been the coordinator of the non-profit space Base / projects for art in Florence. Over the last twenty years he has worked for various museum institutions, public and private, in Italy and abroad, (Museo del Novecento in Florence, Museo Macro Testaccio in Rome, MAGA in Gallarate, KKC – Klaipeda in Lithuania, Hisk in Gent, Karst in Plymouth, Musée d’art modern de Saint-Etienne Métropole etc). He writes for trade publications and has several publications to his credit, including: ‘66|16. Ieri Oggi Domani Eccetera’, Prearo Editore (2016), ’Raccontare un luogo. Parole, site specific e il mutamento della percezione dell’arte visiva dagli anni Novanta ad oggi’, Fortino editions (2015).

Daniela Grabosch lives and works in Vienna (AT). She holds an M.A. in Fine Arts from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (AT) and a B.A. in Design and Digital Media from the Hochschule Düsseldorf (D). Her artistic practice migrates between performative, digital and physical mediums. Grabosch received the Startstipendium BMKOES (2020), the ArtStart Studio grant (2018) and the Birgit-Jürgenssen-Preis (2015). Her works have been shown in various international exhibitions. She is the founder and editor in chief of YYYYMMDD.



Lydia Pribisova, photo Gintare Žaltauskaite



Lýdia Pribišová is a curator and art historian, living in Bratislava, Slovakia. In 2024 she is curator of Slovak representation in the 60th Venice Biennial with the project Floating Arboretum by Oto Hudec. 2020 – 2024 she worked as curator at Kunsthalle Bratislava, in the same period she was president of the Slovak section of the AICA. She is a member of the Trenčín European Capital of Culture 2026 team. Since 2006 she has been Slovak editor of Flash Art Czech & Slovak Edition, since 2015 editor-in-chief.

Television and radio personality, digital content creator, art consultant, writer for various publications and author for Rizzoli illustrated books, Elisabetta Roncati decided to combine her university business/management training and passion for culture with a single goal: to bring people closer to art in a clear, easily understandable and professional manner.


Elisabetta Roncati

Public Program Coordinator