Luisa Grigoletto

Luisa Grigoletto was the first Critic in Residence at studio das weisse haus – in cooperation with EIKON – International Magazine for Photography and Media Art


Luisa Grigoletto is a freelance arts writer, whose main focuses are photography and public policies concerning arts and culture.
Within these fields she has explored a variety of themes, such as the challenges connected with starting a photography museum in Rome, alternative forms of photojournalism, image dissemination on the Internet, and the effects of organized crime on the contemporary art market. Her writing has helped introduce talented, yet often under-represented, Italian photographers to a broader English-speaking audience, through such high-profile publications as Frieze Magazine and AfterImage.


2010, Master’s degree in Photography and Visual Design, Naba, Milan, Italy
2007, Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Art History, University Ca Foscari, Venice, Italy

Work experience

2012 – present
fixer/producer BBC (Britain), National Public Radio (United States), Public
Radio International (United States), ANSA (Italy), Seven Network (Australia)
2010 – present
freelance arts writer (Frieze, AfterImage, British Journal of Photography, Arte e Critica, and contributor of La fotografia. Dalla Stampa al Museo 1941-­1980, (vol.
3), edited by Walter Guadagnini, Skira, 2013 [bibliography, glossary, research])2013
archival and assistant curator work at Fondazione di Venezia
museum work (Peggy Guggnheim Collection [Venice, Italy], International Center of Photography [New York, USA], Fotomuseum den Haag [The Hague, the Netherlands])

contemporary art education fellowship, Musei Civici, Venice, Italy

in cooperation with


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