Stefano Taddei. 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.
Giulia Zompa. Graduated with honors in History and Protection of Artistic Heritage at the University of Florence with a thesis on the History of Contemporary Art, she then spent a few months in London to take part in an internship at the Saatchi Gallery. Interested in increasing her education in the field of Contemporary Art, last year she decided to enroll in the degree course in History and Art Criticism at the University of Milan. Currently she combines her university experience with the activity of Assistant Gallery at a Milanese gallery.
Francesca Baboni. Lives in Correggio (Re). Graduated in classical studies with art history program from the University of Bologna, she is an art critic, art historian and independent curator. For several years she has been curating solo and group exhibitions of contemporary artists for private spaces, with a particular focus on painting and photograph. She has been a contributor to many art periodicals and she is currently editor for Artribune magazine. She collaborates with Correggio Art Home, a study center dedicated to the painter Antonio Allegri known as Correggio, and she is a member of the board of directors of Fondazione Il Correggio, which oversees its activities.
Carolina Rapezzi is an Italian freelance photographer based in London. Graduated in Science of Communication in Florence in 2009, she started studying photography in San Francisco after her graduation and she now covers mainly social and humanitarian issues.
Giulia Zamponi. Graduated in Digital Humanities at the University of Pisa, unique course in Italy, is fascinated by making cultural content in a digital way. She is mainly interested in communication and marketing. Journalist, she writes for some online newspapers. Passionate about art and literature.
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