WRITING ABOUT ART, BETWEEN PAST AND PRESENT
I graduated in Art History from the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, and that experienced changed my life and my way of understanding the contemporary art world.
I have always been fascinated by Chinese traditional art, having a particular passion for Buddhist art, which became my thesis research interest.
Focusing on the artistic and cultural exchange between China and the east along the Silk Road, I found an interesting analogy with today’s art. We live in a globalised world, in which we are all always connected, and it is evident in today’s artistic production.
Seeing China as the new leading artistic market, I write about a complex society reading it through its artistic production, in an intersection between past and present.