Prof. Pietro Gaglianò, M.A. SRISA Full Time Professor of Liberal Arts
“ To study Contemporary Art is the best way to inquire about the present world. The history of last century, the latest global and local issues, cultural and social changes are all anticipated or reflected by the work of artists. That is why my goal is to create a discussion field, starting from the art vision (and its internal debate) to reach a wider awareness of contemporary citizenship.
By Appointment Prof. Gaglianò online project “The Wall (archives)”
Pietro Gaglianò is an art critic, scholar and curator, who obtained his degree in architecture before becoming completely devoted to working in the field of contemporary visual culture. Gaglianò is primarily concerned with the architectural/urban and social context as a platform for contemporary artistic practices. Since 2005 he has put on numerous exhibitions, projects and workshops with both public institutions and private institutions. He was editor-in-chief for Exibart.com (where he published 156 articles), and he has collaborated with many other magazines including Arte&Critica and Artribune. Gaglianò is additionally the artistic coordinator of the international network Roots&Roots about informal education and anti-discrimination.