Serena Marconi, M.A.

Ph.D. Fellow
Scherbarth-Stiftung/Univ. Bern

marconi(at) 0669 993-1

Serena Marconi studied Painting and Visual Arts (BA) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Perugia and Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies (MA) at the New Academy of Fine Arts (NABA) in Milan. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at University of Bern and Scherbarth Fellow at Bibliotheca Hertziana. Her doctoral project analyzes the relationship between artistic practices and the natural environment in relation to specific socio-political circumstances, focusing on the Sixties and Seventies in Italian art. Her research interests mainly include: contemporary art, the relationship between art and ecology in its social and political dimension, as well as the process of artistic creation.

Research Projekt

The Political Role of Nature in Italian Art, 1960 – 1979