Jury

Federica Boràgina

Federica Boràgina is a graduate and specialized in the History of Contemporary Art at the Università Cattolica Milano, where she is “cultore della materia”; she is co-founder, with Giulia Brivio, of Boîte Editions, a curatorial project dedicated to publishing and contemporary art. She writes for the magazine "Titolo" and is the author of “Fabio Mauri, cosa è, se è, l'ideologia nell'arte” (Rubettino editore, 2012) and, with Giulia Brivio, of “Interno Domestico” (Fortino Editions, 2013). Her research is dedicated, on the one hand, to the artistic events of the Sixties and Seventies, and on the other hand to the publishing of contemporary art. He was assistant curator for the Italian Pavilion at the 55th Venice Art Biennale, from 2011 to 2017 has collaborated as assistant curator with Intesa Sanpaolo's twentieth-century art collections.

Giulia Brivio

Giulia Brivio has a degree in Visual Design from the Accademia Noésis and a degree in Science and Technology of the Arts from the Università Cattolica Milano. From 2005 to 2013 she was supervisor of the Archivio Artisti Italiani in Viafarini DOCVA (Milano). From 2012 to 2015 she was Project Manager of the Fiorucci Art Trust (London), for which she managed the residence for international artists “Volcano Extravaganza” (Stromboli). He currently collaborates with the Artphilein Editions publishing house and with the Choisi bookshop (Lugano), specialized in artist's books and photographs. With Federica Boragina he founded Boîte Editions, a non-profit cultural association that deals with art publishing. From 2009 to 2017 she produced the magazine of the same name 'in scatola' and, from 2014, she is dedicated to artist's books and curatorial projects related to publishing. She is co-author of the book "Interno domestico. Mostre in appartamento 1972-2013", Fortino Editions, 2013.

Giulia Brivio

Giulia Brivio has a degree in Visual Design from the Accademia Noésis and a degree in Science and Technology of the Arts from the Università Cattolica Milano. From 2005 to 2013 she was supervisor of the Archivio Artisti Italiani in Viafarini DOCVA (Milano). From 2012 to 2015 she was Project Manager of the Fiorucci Art Trust (London), for which she managed the residence for international artists “Volcano Extravaganza” (Stromboli). He currently collaborates with the Artphilein Editions publishing house and with the Choisi bookshop (Lugano), specialized in artist's books and photographs. With Federica Boragina he founded Boîte Editions, a non-profit cultural association that deals with art publishing. From 2009 to 2017 she produced the magazine of the same name 'in scatola' and, from 2014, she is dedicated to artist's books and curatorial projects related to publishing. She is co-author of the book "Interno domestico. Mostre in appartamento 1972-2013", Fortino Editions, 2013.

Attilia Fattori Franchini

Is an independent curator and writer based in Vienna and Milan. She is co-founder of the nonprofit platforms bubblebyte.org and Opening Times and the curator of BMW Open Work by Frieze; Curva Blu, a residency project in Favignana, Sicily; the Emergent section of miart, Milan; and the latest edition of the Termoli Art Prize, Italy. Recent curatorial projects include Could you visit me in dreams? as part of curated_by 2018, Vienna; Red Lake at Point Centre for Contemporary Art, Nicosia (2018); and ARS17+ at Kiasma, Museum, Helsinki (2017). Franchini’s essays and reviews have appeared in international publications such as MousseMagazine, CURA, and FlashArt International.

Matteo Innocenti

Matteo Innocenti is a curator, art historian and critic, writer. As a curator he has collaborated with museums and institutions (including Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci Prato, Galleria dell'Accademia Firenze, Le Murate. Progetti arte contemporanea), with non-profit spaces, Italian and foreign art galleries, artist's residencies. Recent curatorial projects include Estuario Project Space, A certain identity (Italy and Lithuania), Conflict Correspondences and A Place to Be. In the critical and journalistic field he has written and writes for art magazines such as ATP Diary, Artribune, Exibart, Flash Art, as well as for catalogues and magazines. He teaches as part of a master's degree in the Management of Artistic and Cultural Heritage at Palazzo Spinelli (Firenze) and Performative Techniques for the Visual Arts at Laba (Firenze). He has participated as a speaker at conferences and presentations.

Matteo Innocenti

Matteo Innocenti is a curator, art historian and critic, writer. As a curator he has collaborated with museums and institutions (including Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci Prato, Galleria dell'Accademia Firenze, Le Murate. Progetti arte contemporanea), with non-profit spaces, Italian and foreign art galleries, artist's residencies. Recent curatorial projects include Estuario Project Space, A certain identity (Italy and Lithuania), Conflict Correspondences and A Place to Be. In the critical and journalistic field he has written and writes for art magazines such as ATP Diary, Artribune, Exibart, Flash Art, as well as for catalogues and magazines. He teaches as part of a master's degree in the Management of Artistic and Cultural Heritage at Palazzo Spinelli (Firenze) and Performative Techniques for the Visual Arts at Laba (Firenze). He has participated as a speaker at conferences and presentations.

Victoria Mann

Founder and director of AKAA - Also Known As Africa art and design fair - Victoria Mann, is a 34- year-old Franco-American art lover and entrepreneur who comes from a family of art collectors, successful business owners and world travelers. Passionate about everything that touches Africa and contemporary art, she saw the importance of contributing to the development of a market emerging on the Parisian place and thus created the first platform both commercial and cultural for contemporary art from Africa in France. AKAA is an event of its time that constantly questions and redefines itself to bring a fresh, innovative and professional vision. Its foremost ambition is to contribute to the sustainability of the market.

Raina Mehler

Raina Mehler is a Registrar at Pace Gallery, New York, specializing in Media Arts. She has worked extensively with Pace Art & Technology on exhibitions of interdisciplinary, experiential art groups who explore the confluence of art and technology. She has spoken at several international conferences about shipping, exhibiting, and loaning time-based media. Mehler is also a freelance writer and independent curator committed to exhibiting works by emerging artists. Her writings have been published in Sculpture Magazine, the Australian Registrar Journal, and the Arts in Bushwick Blog. A member of AAM, ARCS, and the VRA, she received her MA in Art History at Hunter College in 2013. Mehler is based in Brooklyn, New York.

Raina Mehler

Raina Mehler is a Registrar at Pace Gallery, New York, specializing in Media Arts. She has worked extensively with Pace Art & Technology on exhibitions of interdisciplinary, experiential art groups who explore the confluence of art and technology. She has spoken at several international conferences about shipping, exhibiting, and loaning time-based media. Mehler is also a freelance writer and independent curator committed to exhibiting works by emerging artists. Her writings have been published in Sculpture Magazine, the Australian Registrar Journal, and the Arts in Bushwick Blog. A member of AAM, ARCS, and the VRA, she received her MA in Art History at Hunter College in 2013. Mehler is based in Brooklyn, New York.

Gabriele Tosi

Gabriele Tosi is an independent curator and artistic director of LOCALEDUE (Bologna), a non-profit space dedicated to experimentation and the promotion of young artists and curators. His research focuses on the performative aspects of each art form. His latest exhibitions include the group shows "Distiller" (Gelateria Sogni di Ghiaccio, Futurdome, Milano) and "The Malpighian Layer" (Car DRDE, Bologna) co-curated with Bruno Barsanti. He recently curated the Art Tracker section of the Premio Combat.