PhD, University College London
MA, Art History, University of Chicago
BA, Art History, John Cabot University, Rome
An art historian and curator, Dr. Flavia Frigeri is also currently Teaching Fellow in the History of Art department at University College London. Prior to that she served as a Curator, International Art (2014-16) and Assistant Curator (2011-14) at Tate Modern, where she worked on exhibitions, acquisitions and permanent collection displays. She co-curated (with Jessica Morgan) The World Goes Pop (2015), a reassessment of pop art from a global perspective. Previous projects include Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs (2014), Paul Klee: Making Visible (2013) and Ruins in Reverse (2013). From 2010 to 2011 she was the recipient of the prestigious Hilla Rebay International Fellowship from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. She holds a PhD from UCL, an MA in Art History from University of Chicago and a BA in Art History from John Cabot University, Rome. She has published articles and catalogue essays on: Post-war Italian Art, Pop Art, Exhibition Histories and Contemporary Art. Most recently she curated, Evolutionary Travels (2016) the inaugural show of Fundacion Arte in Buenos Aires, Invisible Cities (Waddington Custot, London, 2018) and Boom: Art and Industry in 1960s Italy (Tornabuoni, London, 2018).