Giulia Civardi is a curator, writer and researcher living in London.
She has curated exhibitions and public programmes for Tate Modern, London; Kunstraum, London; Rupert Centre for Art and Education, Vilnius; Exo Exo, Paris; Galerie In Situ, Paris. In 2020, she was a facilitator of Garp Sessions, a summer research programme in Babakale, Turkey and one of the selected participants for the Barbican Emerging Film Curators Lab. Previously, she founded and directed the research-driven platform Grey Cube 113︎︎︎. She holds an MA in Art Theory and Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths University.
Currently, she is Assistant Curator at Fiorucci Art Trust, where she is involved in the research and coordination of projects in collaboration with partners and institutions including Serpentine Galleries, among others, and is in charge of developing and maintaining the collection of Nicoletta Fiorucci. She also works as an independent curator, devising and producing public programmes, exhibitions, publications and research projects with a hybrid format and a focus on performative and collaborative practices and contemporary production. Since 2020, she is a member of AWI - Art Workers Italia︎︎︎, where she has been researching sustainable models of cultural governance. As a writer, she regularly contributes texts to international art publications, catalogues and exhibitions. Her writing on art and culture has appeared in Flash Art, and this is tomorrow, among others.