Dr Giulia Martina Weston
Challenging the conversations around art
A specialist in Renaissance and Early Modern art, Dr Giulia Martina Weston is an art historian, independent curator and advisor.
Giulia holds a PhD from The Courtauld Institute of Art in London, where she has been Associate Lecturer since 2016.
Her publications focus on various aspects of Renaissance and Early Modern art, and on issues of connoisseurship and authenticity. Work includes the volumes A tale of two cities: Rome and Siena in the Early Modern period (2020), Niccolò Tornioli (1606- 1651), Art and patronage in Baroque Rome (2016), and I Pittori del Dissenso (2014), as well as articles in prestigious journals.
She is a permanent member of the Centre for the Study of Medicine and the Body in the Renaissance – Fondazione Comel (Pisa), an institution for which she is currently curating the exhibition The Universe on Paper. The Art of Linda Karshan (October 2022).
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