Pier Paolo Scelsi
International Art Curator and Founder and Director of the Project GAD – Giudecca Art District in Venice.
After studying Conservation of Cultural Heritage at the University of Ca ’Foscari and the master in virtual restoration of bibliographic assets, in 2012 he was the creator and conductor of the television broadcast Frame, ut pictura poesis, for “3 Channel Veneto” on the world art.
He collaborates regularly with the cultural web-magazine Dietrolequinteonline.it, with the magazines “Kaleidos”, “Finnegans, cultural itineraries”. He is the Director of the art section of “Collectible Dry magazine” and of “The Collector Magazine”.
Creator of theatrical subject “Quella volta…Peggy Guggenheim” official event of the Carnival of Venice 2013 produced by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and by Venice Marketing ed Events.
Since 2014 he has been a founding partner, president and artistic director and of One Contemporary Art Cultural Association.
His research is focused on the fields of Human Identity, environment, eco-
sustainability and cultural policies.
Since 2015 he curated more than 80 different exhibitions, pubblications and projects working with partners such as:
Gallery Rosenfeld London, Engel Gallery Tel Aviv – Jerusalem, Art 3035 Gallery Amsterdam, White Noise Gallery Roma, Israeli Embassy in Rome, Veneto Region, City of Venice, German Consulate in Milan Pasinger Fabrik Munich, Museo Nazionale delle Bonifiche – Rovigo Italy, Museo Ebraico di Venezia COOP Alleanza 3.0, Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, Ca Foscari University Venice, IUAV University Venice CNR ISMAR Italy, Laboratori di Fisica Nucleare Gran Sasso Italy, Sculpture Line Prague – Czech Repubblic Flamish Cultural Ministery, KAD Kalsa Art District Palermo, IRE Gioielli Nascosti di Venezia, Berengo Studio Venice, Starak Foundation – Poland, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Argentinian Embassy in Italy Art college of Jinan university，Guangzhou, China , Mediation Biennale Poland, Kunsthalle Faust Hannover MoCDA Museum of Contemporary Digital Art London, TRA Treviso Ricerca Arte