Roberta Bosco is a journalist originally from Italy, now based in Spain, specializing in contemporary art and digital culture. Since 1998 she has regularly written for El País. Since 1990 she has written periodically in journals for the publisher De Agostini-Rizzoli and is the Spanish correspondent for Il Giornale del Arte, the chief journal of Italian art and founder of the network that includes The Art Newspaper y Le Journal des Arts.
She, along with Stefano Caldana, is the creator of Arte.Red. (1994-2005) , a subjective and interactive internet-based story of creation for El País Digital and El País’ blog, El Arte en la Edad del Silicio.
Together she and Caldana conceived and directed LOOP LIVE EXPERIENCE, a real-time debate project for Loop 2013 and the online participatory project “ARCO Bloggers” for ARCOMadrid.
They have also curated, among other projects, Conexión remota, a selection by net.art for the exhibition Antagonismos. Casos de Estudio at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Barcelona (MACBA); the exhibiions Digital Jam and Web as Canvas at the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB) for the Art Futura festival; London Calling for the Sonar Festival; Donkijote for LABoral centro de Arte y Creación Industrial de Gijón and, last January, Harddiskmuseum in Virtual Reality at Arts Santa Mònica.
She often collaborates with Italian and Spanish publications; writes for catalogs; participates in juries for competitions, prizes and scholarships; Participates in roundtable discussions and panels; Offers postgraduate courses and lectures and presents books and works by artists.
Last update: May 18th, 2017