Marco Baravalle

Marco Baravalle is a researcher, curator, and activist. He is an adjunct professor at Ca' Foscari University of Venice where he teaches Curatorship, and at NABA in Milan, where he teaches Phenomenology of Contemporary Art. He is a member of Sale Docks, a collective and independent space for arts, activism, located in what had been an abandoned salt-storage facility in Venice. He is also a member of Institute of Radical Imagination (IRI), a collective inviting activists, artists, curators and cultural producers to share knowledge on a continuous basis with the aim of defining and implementing zones of post-capitalism in Europe’s South and the Mediterranean.

Baravalle has published articles and essays on the relationship between art, activism and ecologies, with focus on curating. He has co-edited two books: Art for UBI Manifesto (Bruno, 2022) and Art for Radical Ecologies Manifesto (Bruno, 2024). He has authored a monograph in Italian titled L'autunno Caldo del Curatore. Arte, Neoliberismo, Pandemia (Marsilio, 2021).

Last updated 12 Jun 2024
  1. Art, Radical Ecologies and Class Composition: On the possible alliance between historical and new materialisms

    Marco Baravalle
    Art for Radical Ecologies Manifesto
    Institute of Radical Imagination