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Lorenzo Giusti is an Italian art historian and curator. Currently he is the Director of GAMeC – Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Bergamo – and the appointed curator of Biennale Gherdëina #9 – The Parliament of Marmots (May 31 – September 1, 2024). Previously he served as director of the MAN Museum in Nuoro (Sardinia). He has staged exhibitions in Italy and abroad and edited publications dedicated to leading figures from twentieth-century art as well as to contemporary artists and topics. His special interests lie in the relationship between historical avant-gardes and contemporary languages as well as between ecological thinking and the contemporary arts. In different roles, he has collaborated with public and private institutions and organizations such as Kunsthaus Baselland, Art Dubai, Venice Biennale, Artissima Turin, Vienna Curated by Festival,  Palazzo Grassi-Punta della Dogana in Venice, OGR Turin, Shenzhen Animation Biennale, FRAC Corse, Triennale Milano, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence and others. He is the creator and co-editor of the digital platform Radio GAMeC, founded in 2020 in Bergamo during the pandemic crisis. 

On Fridat 1st March Lorenzo Giusti will present the widespread longterm project “Thinkin Like a Mountain” at Istanbul Modern within the programme “Museum Talk”. GAMeC’s new building, to be located within the Palazzetto dello Sport [Sports Palace], is planned to open in 2026. The project, led by the architectural firm C + S, founded by […]

Edited by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi with Bianca Stoppani, this publication provides an overview of the artist’s output over the past three years, and teases out new strands for interpretation and formal links between his films, videos, sculptures, drawings, and installations. A wide-ranging conversation between the artist, Lorenzo Giusti, director of GAMeC, and Étienne Bernard, director of Frac Bretagne, affords a […]

On Tuesday 30 January at La Boîte – Centre D’art Contemporain in Tunis, Lorenzo Giusti, curator of the ninth edition of Biennale Gherdëina will lead Approaching Biennale Gherdëina 9, a conversation with Michael Höpfner (Krems/Danube – Austria, 1972) and Nadia Kaabi-Linke (Tunis – Tunisia, 1978) who is currently on show at La Boîte with Kaf […]