Eleonora Raspi, PhD, is Independent curator and researcher, Eleonora is currently directing many cultural and contemporary art events in Tuscany. She graduated from the Università Cattolica di Milano (M.A. e B.A. in Art History, 2007 and 2005) and University of Virginia (M.A. in Italian Studies, 2010); in 2016 she obtained her PhD from Royal Holloway College, University of London with the thesis Antonioni in the 1980s: Between Art Historical Tradition and Innovation. Alongside a specialized interest in the figure of Antonioni, her research focuses on the dialogue between different art disciplines and mediums, and spans subjects such as liminality, spatial and urban issues, multimediality, individual and collective identity. During her academic and professional career, Eleonora taught in universities in the U.S., and presented her work in many conferences and workshops in the US, UK and Italy. She has a long- standing experience as a researcher, project manager and art professional in international cultural institutions and contemporary art galleries such as Spazio O’ (2005-2008, Milan, Italy), IATH (2009- 2011, Charlottesville, VA), Philadelphia Museum of Art (2010-2011, Philadelphia, PA) and Laurent Delaye Gallery (2011-2014, London, UK).