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Giulia Civardi is a curator and writer based in London, UK.

She provides support structures for artists and cultural workers through exhibitions, commissions, writing, and editorial projects, creating learning spaces and networks, and bringing their work to diverse communities.

She has delivered numerous exhibitions, artists' commissions, public programmes, and collaborative research projects internationally: at Tate Modern, Rupert Centre for Art and Education, Kunstraum London, Exo Exo, Garp Sessions, Galerie In Situ, Nicoletta Fiorucci Foundation, Clima Gallery, and Gianni Manhattan. She was one of the selected participants of the Barbican Emerging Film Curators Lab (2020) and the founder of Grey Cube 113︎︎︎(2016-2017).

She is currently Curator and Collection Manager at the Nicoletta Fiorucci Foundation, where she devises collaborative art projects with artists and institutions (e.g. Serpentine Galleries, Pompeii Commitment at the Archeological Park of Pompeii), while leading the research & development of the collection with a focus on advancing emerging practices, and overlooked perspectives in contemporary art and design.

Giulia also organises projects independently, most recently the exhibition shifting the silence at Gianni Manhattan for Curated By 2023. She is part of the Curatorial Team of DEMO Moving Image︎︎︎ and a member of AWI︎︎︎—the first autonomous, non-partisan association in Italy to build ethical, contractual, and legal tools to protect art workers—where she has researched and reported on sustainable models of cultural governance.

As a writer, she regularly contributes texts to catalogues, magazines, and exhibitions. Her written work has appeared in Flash Art, this is tomorrow, and NERO Editions, among the others, and has been published internationally.


                               “nameless and formless, about to be birthed, but already felt” A. L