Giulia Bortoluzzi

Born in Pordenone, she took a degree in philosophy. She has never liked Descartes but has a soft spot for Foucault, and for this reason went to live in Paris. And then in Grenoble, where she worked with Liam Gillick on a major exhibition about the 1990s. In 2015 she moved to Milan, where she devotes her energies to contemporary art, writing for catalogues and magazines like Juliet and L’Officiel and working with galleries and exhibition spaces.