Giulia Colletti Curator
Giulia Colletti is an art historian and curator. Colletti is in charge of the Public Programs and Digital Sphere at Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea. In her capacities, she has curated the programs “Digital Cosmos” (on-going); “Digital PTSD. The Practice of Art and Its Impact on Digital Trauma” (2020-2021) along with Stella Bottai; she coordinated the exhibitions “William Kentridge. Respirare” (2020); “Giuseppe Penone. Incidences of the Void” (2019); and she was a member of the curatorial team for “Painting in Person” (2021); “E luce fu. Giacomo Balla, Lucio Fontana, Olafur Eliasson, Renato Leotta” (2020). She is one of the Forbes Under 30 Europe 2021 honorees, an iCI (Cape Town) and Curators Lab (12th Shanghai Biennale) alumna. From 2018 to 2021, she has been Co-curator of 19th Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean. She has been Visiting Lecturer of The Glasgow School of Art and the recipient of the UK Young Artists Research Fellowship 2019. She was the 2019 inaugural Curatorial Fellow at The Glasgow School of Art. In 2017, she was Visiting Curator at The Hunterian, Glasgow. She has independently curated an array of exhibitions with artists including Elisabetta Benassi; Maeve Brennan; Sarah Browne; Marcel Broodthaers; Núria Güell; Adelita Husni-Bey; Hanne Lippard; Wolfgang Tillmans; Sue Tompkins; and Dominique White amongst others. Her reviews, essays, and compiled readers have been respectively published by Flash Art, OnCurating, and e-flux, amongst others. She is currently in charge of the New Media Special projects for CURA.