Claudia Zini

Art historian - Curator

Claudia Zini (Italy, 1985) is a PhD candidate student at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. She gained her first experience as a curator of the exhibition ‘The Imaginary Pavilion of Bosnia-Herzegovina’ in 2009 in Verona, Italy. In 2012, she was at the Gagosian Gallery in NYC assisting the staff in the making of the Lucio Fontana exhibition. Between 2012 and 2013 she worked in the A plus A gallery in Venice, co-curating the exhibitions of Bosnian artists Ibro Hasanovic and Mladen Miljanovic among other projects. In 2013, she worked as for the Pavilion of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Venice Biennale as exhibition manager and international press officer. She is currently living in Sarajevo, writing her PhD thesis titled ‘Post-War Negotiations: Art from Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Global Field’, and focusing her professional interests primarily on artistic positions that engage with war memories. She collaborates with Duplex100m2 gallery and Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art Sarajevo. Her latest curatorial projects include the exhibitions ‘Mevludin Ekmečić. Drawing the War: Bosnia 1992-1995’, presented in Sarajevo at the WARM Festival, June 2017, and ‘Nove Opere da Nove Collezioni del Museo Ars Aevi di Sarajevo’ at the Italian parliament in Rome, July 2017.

Projects Claudia Zini participating in