Andrea Bruciati (Corinaldo, 1968), received his degree in Contemporary Art History after writing his thesis on Lucio Fontana and Piero Manzoni. Since 2002, he has been the artistic director of the GC. AC of Monfalcone, in northeastern Italy. He contributes to several specialist magazines and plays an active role in the debate regarding a national network for research and training in the field of contemporary art. He is also interested in this regard in the international promotion of the younger generation of Italian artists who work on the peninsula, with the establishment of the MOROSO Prize for Contemporary Art, the network Argonauti, and the dissemination of new media. His work for the museum includes designing the program formats: lab. it, videoREPORT, prima visione, 40, L’immagine sottile, Fruz, Past Forward, On Stage, Message in a Bottle; So Fresh!, studiovisit. it, and Where the West Ends. Among the exhibitions he has organised are: Ouverture: Art from Italy (2002); Painting Codes (2006); Arrivals and Departures_ Europe: a new generation of artists (2010); 00 ITALIA: 100 masterpieces for a hypothesis of History (2012).
Antonio Arévalo is a poet, a project creator, an independent art consultant and curator. He studied in many important cities such as Rome, Madrid, Santiago de Chile and his artistic and literary training ranges from art to poetry and theatre. In the 80's, Arévalo was known for his contribution in some newspapers, for his poetry and his creative theatre projects. In the next decades, he became the main contemporary art curator on the italian artistic scene strengthening the relationship with intellectuals and creating reciprocal cultural exchange between Latin America, Italian and European artists. Appointed curator for Chilean pavilion to the 49th Venice Art Biennale (Juan Dawney, Mention of Honor from the International Jury), appointed curator for the Biennale Adriatica Arti nuove, San Benedetto del Tronto, to the Chilean pavilion to the 53rd Venice Art Biennale "Making Words" (Ivan Navarro) and in the Chilean pavilion to the 54th Venice Art Biennale "Gran Sur" (Fernando Prats).
Francesca Baboni was born in Carpi (MO). She lives in Correggio (RE). She gained a degree in Classics, specialising in art history, from the University of Bologna. She is an art critic and an independent curator.
Gigliola Foschi is a curator and art critic, she works on contemporary visual arts giving special attention to photography. She is part of the fair) scientific committee MIA (Milan Image Art): the first Italian art fair for the art of photography and videos. G.Foschi is also the project manager of the "portfolio Europa" for the European Photography Festival of Reggio Emilia. She contributed for years to L'UNITA', DIARIO, ZOOM and PHOTO, at the moment she is collaborating with CAMERA AUSTRIA; GENTE DI FOTOGRAFIA; WWW.DOPPIOZERO.IT; WWW.PHOTOGRAPHERS.IT. She has curated many exhibitions in public institutions and in Italian and foreign art galleries. She is also the advisor (consultant) of Brescia Paci Contemporary and Berlin Podbielski Contemporary's gallery and in addition she has written many texts for exhibitions' catalogues. G.Foschi collaborates in yearswith San Fedele Gallery in Milan. She teaches History of Photography in the Italian Photograph Institute in Milan.
Marco Tonelli art critic, was born in Rome in 1971, where he lives and works. He gained a degree, a specialization and a PhD in Art History and currently teaches Sociology of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Perugia. He was Invitations Commissioner of the XIV Quadriennale di Roma, Jury Member of the fifth edition of the Bienal Internacional Siart, La Paz (Bolivia) and he has taken part in the invitations committee of “Progetto Speciale del Padiglione Italia - Biennale di Venezia”. Since 2011 he has been co-curating the retrospective “I Martedì Critici” by the Auditorium di Mecenate in Rome, Museo Pecci in Milan, PAN in Neaples, Chiostro del Bramante in Rome. He has presented and curated several exhibitions in private spaces (L’Attico, Mimmo Scognamiglio, Galleria Rubin, Il Segno, Galleria Russo) as well as in public ones, such as, along with Enrico Crispolti, Dal futurismo all'Astrattismo, Museo del Corso, Rome, 2002; Pascali-Leoncillo: un confronto with Giovanni Carandente, Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, Spoleto, 2008; Plessi – Monumenta, Valle dei Templi, Agrigento, 2012; Giuseppe Ducrot – San Giovanni Battista, Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rome, 2012. Among his recent publications: The Art Horror Picture Show. Dalla Transavanguardia alla Transfunzionalità, De Luca Editori, 2011; Catalogo generale della scultura di Pino Pascali 1964-1968, De Luca Editori, 2011; Plessi – Monumenta, Il Cigno Edizioni, 2012. He has written articles and reviews for “Art Dossier”, “FMR”, “Arte e critica”, “Segno”, “Global magazine”, “Neopsichiatria” and “Terzo Occhio”, where he worked as Managing Editor.
Mrdjan Bajic was born in 1957 in Belgrade, Serbia. 1976/1983 FLU Belgrade. 1990/1996 resides in Paris: Cite Internationale des Arts; Usine ephemere; Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Since 1997 works as Professor at the Sculpture Department of the FLU Belgrade. 1998/2002 - Works on the Yugomuzej project. Reset_ ,Padiglione Serbia, La Biennale di Venezia.2007/2010 Kalemegdan Bridge Collaboration, Belgrade. One-man and group exhibitions (selection): 2013, Galerie RX, Paris / 2012. C.C.d.S. Paris. / 2011. Galerija Rima, Kragujevac. / 2010. La mostra è aperta, Fondazione Filiberto Menna, Salerno. / 2009. Kalemegdan Bridge Collboration, R. Deacon / M. Bajić, Galerija ULUS, Belgrade. / 2008. Revelation, Musee d’Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne. / 2008. Cairo Biennale. / 2008. Le porte del Mediterraneo, Palazzo Piozzo, Rivoli. / 2007. Galleria Paola Verrengia, Salerno. / 2007. La Biennale di Venezia, Reset_, Padiglione Serbia. / 2003. Yugomuzej, Kunsthalle Wien project space. / 2002. 25. Biennale of San Paolo. / 2001. Yugomuzej, CZKD, Belgrade. / 1996. Galerie Rabouan-Moussion, Paris. (1992) (1990) / 1990. The Ready Made Boomerang, VIIIth Biennale di Sidney. / 1990. Biennale di Venezia, APERTO. / 1989. Metaphysical Visions, Artists Space, New York.
Stefano Taddei was born in Vignola (MO) and he lives in Albinea (RE). He gained a degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage - Contemporary Field from the University of Parma. He is an art critic and an independent curator.