Giulia Ballerini

Giulia Ballerini graduated in History of Contemporary Art from the University of Florence in 2004 with a thesis on Ardengo Soffici, later published in the series Quaderni Sofficiani, with the title Ardengo Soffici. La grande mostra del 1920  (Florence, Horne Palace, May 27-June 15). In 2007, she was a member of the Scientific Committee of the exhibition Ardengo Soffici 1907-2007. Cento anni dal ritorno in Italia, by Luigi Cavallo. She has been the curator of the following exhibitions: Emilio Greco (1913-1995). Disegni e incisioni, 2008 and Sesto100: Omaggio al Futurismo, 2009 at La Soffitta Spazio delle Arti, Sesto Fiorentino; L’ossessione della forma. Inediti di Piero Nincheri, 2009 in Prato. She is currently working at the Ardengo Soffici Museum at the Scuderie Medicee (Medici Stables) of Poggio a Caiano, dealing with events, cultural services and touristic information. She also deals with guided tours and educational workshops for the Education Service of the Florentine Museums System at the Villa Medicea (Medici Villa), the Still Life Museum at Poggio a Caiano and for other museums. She is chief editor of the magazine Notizie Nostre  and manages an exhibition area in collaboration with the Cultural Association "L’Asterisco" in Prato.

Curated by Giulia Ballerini