Elisa Poli

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Elisa Poli is an architectural historian, critics, journalist and curator which has focused its interest in the links between  contemporary art, architecture and urbanism. Her curatorial practice is designed to seek new strategies to make the project a way of working on the city, a first step for the complex application of urban regeneration. Her latest project B-city has highlighted how artistic practices can detect failures and problems of urban infrastructure.

She has finished in 2009 a PhD in Architectural History at the University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne. Her interest are focused on the historiography of Modern Movement and on the theory of contemporary architecture. She’s Graduate teaching assistant at the University of Ferrara. Since 2010, she’s developing projects related to exhibitions of architecture for the Image Group directed by Marco Brizzi (Arch'it). In 2009 she has been curator for a project on contemporary artistic practices at LaPillola400 in Bologna. Actually she’s working with Alessandro Carboni on the project Overlapping Boundaries Cities.


mail elisa.poli@unife.it

skype eileengray1