Saverio Verini was born in Città di Castello, Italy, in 1985. Graduated in Contemporary Art History at the Sapienza University, in 2011-2012 he is in the staff of the MACRO Museum of Rome. From 2013 to 2015 he is assistant curator at the Ermanno Casoli Foundation and from 2017 he is the exhibition coordinator at the Fondazione Memmo, in Rome. He has collaborated with cultural institutions such as: Academy of France in Rome – Villa Medici, Polish Institute of Rome, Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci, American Academy in Rome, FOTOGRAFIA – International Festival of Rome, Pastificio Cerere Foundation, Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Granpalazzo art fair, Kilowatt Festival. He is one of the founders of the curators’ collective Sguardo Contemporaneo, with which he has organized several cultural events characterized by a strong participatory attitude. Among the most recent projects: Stop and Go. The art of animated GIFs, Una sola moltitudine (with Filippo Berta and Calixto Ramírez) and White Paper (with Namsal Siedlecki), all conceived for smART gallery in Rome; the exhibition Alberto Burri. Le dimensioni della materia; the project Straperetana, in the hamlet of Pereto (Abruzzo), conceived in cooperation with Monitor Gallery; Unending Incipt, solo show of Paolo Icaro at the Pinacoteca Comunale of Città di Castello (Umbria). He collaborates with the magazine Artribune and regularly writes critical texts for personal and collective exhibitions in museums, private galleries and other spaces. He is the author of the monography Roberto Fassone. Quasi tutti I racconti (2018), published by PostmediaBooks.
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