Paola Ugolini lives and works in Rome. She is an independent curator and art critic. She regularly writes for Exibart. She curated several exhibitions and artistic projects with particular focus on women artists, the role of video art and body language in Performance Art and Feminist Art. In 1990 she was part of the curatorial team of Ubi Motus Ubi Fluxus at the XLIV Venice Biennale. In 1993, she was the co-curator of the collective exhibition Macchine per la Pace for the XLV Venice Biennale. In 2014 she curated with Cristiana Perrella the group exhibition on Video Art titled Oltre i Limiti e i confini (MAXXI Museum, Roma). Since 2015, she has been guest curator of the Richard Saltoun Gallery in London with the group shows: The Body as Language, Women look at Women, Vocalizing (Greta Shödl and Tomaso Binga) and Femimism in Italian Contemporary Art: Silvia Giambrone and Marinella Senatore. In 2017, she curated the collective exhibition Corpo a Corpo for La Galleria Nazionale di Arte Moderna of Rome, a comparison between the Italian feminist artists born after the mid-seventies and the militant artists who performed in Italy in the sixties and seventies. Paola Ugolini is the screening curator of CortoArteCircuito and from 2018 of the Museo 900 in Florence, Art Advisor for important Italian private collections. Since 2015, she has been part of the scientific committee of AlbumArte, and since 2020 she is curator and board member of the InBetweenArtFilm Foundation.