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Breakfast with the curator

Breakfast with the curator
Curator Carmen Stolfi. Photo credit Alberto Gallo

Join us for a viewing of Restate followed by a breakfast on April 6th, at 11am.


On the occasion of our exhibition Restate, we are hosting a breakfast with the curator, Carmen Stolfi, in a friendly circle.


Ticket price includes breakfast.





About the curator 


Carmen earned her MA Degree in Communication from IULM University, concentrating in the issue of transdisciplinarity in contemporary visual culture. Her academic practice in Humanities was completed at La Sapienza University where she received her BA in Fashion and Cultural Studies. As a result of her studies in communication, art and design, the variety of visual language across the creative practices has been a great interest of hers.


She has an extensive practice as curator in various art institutions in Italy, France and the U.S., among which the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO), the Nomas Foundation, the Italian Cultural Institute of New York and the ISCP (International Studio & Curatorial Program) in New York.


She is currently a freelance journalist working for contemporary art magazines such as Flash Art International, Juliet Art Magazine, and ATPDiary and has worked on a number of shows, including “I lie to them.” Based on a true story at Magasin, France (2013); Re- generation, MACRO, Rome (2012), So near the garden but still miles away, 1/9unosunove gallery, Rome (2012). 



Photo credits: Alberto Gallo                                                           


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