Giulia Ferracci is a curator based in Rome. She has a background in Classical Archaeology, Modern and Contemporary Art, preferring an interdisciplinary approach. She works on film and performance projects, exhibitions and displays, as well as being actively engaged in research at MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts, Rome, Italy. Since joining the museum, she has curated major exhibitions by historical and contemporary artists, including William Kentridge. Vertical Thinking (2012); Clemens von Wedemeyer. The Cast (2013), Young Italian Artists Prize (2012-14-16). She is co-curator (with Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Gunnar B. Kvaran) of the exhibition Indian Highway (2011) and (with Hou Hanru) of Huang Yong Ping. Bâton Serpent (2014) and Jimmie Durham. Sound and Silliness (2016). She is the lead curator of the special project The Independent (2014 - present) devoted to tracing the evolution of the independent format of art.
11.11 - 12.11.2014
11.11.2014 / 17:00 / VŠVU H220 / Public lecture
A Generation of Subtraction / Young Italian Artists
Open Studio was realized in cooperation with the Italian Institute in Bratislava.