Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Chief Art Officer
Chiara Gatti is an art historian and critic specializing in modern and contemporary art. For eighteen years, she has written for the cultural section of the Italian daily newspaper La Repubblica. She is a member of the scientific committee of Villa dei Cedri in Bellinzona (CH) and an art consultant and curator for the Art Museum in Mendrisio (CH), and curator of texts and monographic exhibitions devoted to the work of, among others, Manet, Wildt, Amisani, Bucci, Rouault, Boccioni, Mirò, Carrà, Giacometti, Melotti, Baj, Ferroni, Lai. She has written essays on textile art, Futurist women, and the relationship between Alberto Giacometti’s sculpture and archaic art. She published the essay entitled Dentro la cornice, which focuses on the contemporary art system, alongside Enrico De Pascale (Mondadori publishers, 2008), and the essay entitled Insolite natività (Interlinea publishers, 2012). She was curator of the first and second volume of the series devoted to Leone Lodi, La Milano scolpita da Leone Lodi (Officina Libraria publishers, 2015) and, with Lea Vergine, wrote L’arte non è faccenda di persone perbene (Rizzoli publishers, 2016).