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Laura Cornejo

(b. 1979, Girona)

Laura Cornejo Brugues is an Independent curator, Art writer and Cultural agent working between Spain and Italy. She holds a Ph.D. in Contemporary Art Theory and Cultures both from the Universities of Girona (Spain) and Venice (Italy), after a doctoral thesis with honors on the french master painter Balthus. She earned her B.A. in Art History from the University of Girona and a M.Phil in Contemporary Art from the University of Madrid.

She is currently the main curator of the artistic programs of Les Bernardes Art Center (Salt, Girona), a Board’s member of the Art Museum of Girona (Md’A) and member of the Artistic committee of M-WAM/Milano World Arts Map –Art platform and map of the international artists in Milan (Italy). She collaborates as a History of Art&Photography professor in different private art centers, schools and universities in Girona and Barcelona. She focuses her researching and teaching on photography as an artistic discipline, on it’s intersection within the history of art and artistic genres, visual culture and modern and contemporary art theory.

As a curator of fine art photography, in 2018 she managed and curated exhibition projects by photographers David Salcedo, Cristina Fontsarè, Maria Contreras Coll and Tatiana Abellan; in 2017, she cocurated with Pere Parramon the work by photographers Toni Amengual, Pablo Sola, Helena Aguilar Mayans and Larry Paul Scott.

She has penned art and photography criticism for internacional magazines like Artishock, A*Desk, Il Fotografo, l’Aperitivo Illustrato, The Naked, My Art guides, for various academic journals on visual arts, for spanish and international artist’s publications and personal and collective exhibitions catalogues.

Her professional career includes multiple experiences in the field of art and cultural management, in the coordination of exhibitions for galleries and art foundations, creative contests and personal exhibitions, mainly in the Italian cities of Venice and Milan. From 2009 to 2014 she has worked for the Venice Art and Architecture Biennials in the coordination and organization of different art projects, and was appointed as the Director of Art projects communication and Curator content for My Biennal Guide, the guide of Venice Art & Architecture Biennale.

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