Paola Ugolini lives and works in Rome. She is an independent curator and critic and regularly writes for Exibart. She has curated a range of exhibitions and artistic projects largely focusing on Italian artists, film and the body in performance art. In 1990 she was part of the curatorial team of Ubi Motus Ubi Fluxus for the XLIV Venice Biennale; in 1993 she was the co-curator of Macchine per la Pace for the XLV Venice Biennale. In 2006, she was co-curator of Gino de Dominicis solo exhibition at PS1 and MoMA, New York. In 2017 she curated Corpo a Corpo for La Galleria Nazionale in Rome, an exhibition which focused on the use of the body in historical and contemporary artists. In addition, Paola is curator of Corto Arte Circuito’s artistic projects, Art Advisor for the production company InBetweenArtFilm and part of the Scientific Commitee of AlbumArte. Within her collaboration with InBetweenArtFilm, since last April she is also the curator of the video section for the Museo del Novecento in Florence.
Last update 2nd October 2018