Giulia Ambrogi


Giulia Ambrogi is a contemporary art curator. With a Master in History of Contemporary Art and Management of Cultural Heritage, she started her career in MAXXI Museum, a contemporary art museum in Italy. Subsequently, she committed to spread the culture of public and urban art, with a focus on the Italian and Indian landscape.

She curated and initiated few Street Art festivals in Italy in 2007 such as Memorie Urbane in Gaeta and Sanba in Rome.
From 2011 to 2014 as an expert in Street Art and Public Art, she practiced teaching in the Master Course of Management of Cultural Heritage at Il Sole24ore Master Classes as well as hosting lectures in several universities in Italy and India.

In 2014, she co-founded St+art India Foundation, India’s first platform for urban and public art. Since then, she has been working in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore curating various public art projects. In 2016, she curated India’s first art district in Lodhi Colony, Delhi and went on to curate Maqta Art District in Hyderabad and Mahim Art District in Mumbai in 2017. Along with these projects, she also has curated experiential street art exhibitions such as WIP: The Street Art Show in New Delhi and Sassoon Dock Art Project in Mumbai.


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