Sbrilli

Antonella Sbrilli

Antonella Sbrilli teaches history of modern art at the University of Rome La Sapienza. She has researched on art and writing, curating (together with Ada De Pirro) the exhibition Ah che rebus! Cinque secoli di enigmi fra arte e gioco in Italia, in Rome at the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica (2010-2011); she studied the application of computer technology to the history of art (Storia dell’arte in codice binario, Guerini e Associati, 2001) and has developed interactive games for the CdArt collection (Repubblica-Giunti Multimedia, 1996). For the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome she created TU M’inviti, 2012 and Giochi di Sala, 2015. She has a readers’ games column in the weekly publication Pagina99 and runs the blog www.diconodioggi.it about time in artistic fiction. With Grazia Tolomeo, she curated the exhibition Dall’oggi al domani. 24 ore nell’arte contemporanea (Rome, MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art, April-October 2016).






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