Rosanna Ruscio

Professor of Contemporary Art History and History of Art Techniques at the Brera Academy in Milan. After a degree in Modern Literature with a historical-artistic address at the "La Sapienza" University of Rome and a specialization in History of Contemporary Art at the "Federico II" University of Naples, he wrote texts for books and exhibition catalogs. He collaborates with museums, foundations, private galleries and various specialized magazines. He is currently dealing with the problems inherent in the relationship between art and nature: among the various recent publications on the subject we mention: Il Paesaggio on loan (2014); The artistic vocation in the era of the Anthropocene, Biennial of Contemporary Art (Malta 2020); The wholesomeness of the air: when the identification of the theme becomes thought (2021); Supervisory of Board of Nacca (New Approaches in the Conservation of Contemporary Arts), Glasgow (2019-2020); Director of the School for the Enhancement of the Artistic Heritage of Cultural Heritage (2018-).