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Vanessa Tamburi -  Founder & Managing Director

Vanessa Tamburi worked as a solo dancer for important European theaters (the Ballet of Montecarlo, the Hamburg Ballet and the Vienna Opera Ballet).  Over the years, she developed experimental work, melding dance with theatre, visual and multimedia arts. Her choreographies have been performed in Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, and the United States. In 2007 she established the "FLUSSO Dance Project".  She is the Artistic Advisor of the Visa 2 Dance and Time2dance dance festivals in Tanzania. She lived and worked in New York City from 2011 to 2017. Her work has been presented in many festivals and platforms of the NYC dance scene and abroad. She is the founder and the Artistic Director of IDACO nyc - Italian DAnce COnnections and she was an associate artist of New York Live Arts. After living for 3 years in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea she moved in August 2021 to Caracas where she continues with all her different projects. In 2022 opened ET works. a project dedicated to her father Ennio Tamburi one of the major exponent of the Italian Modern Art.

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Roberto Lacarbonara - Curator

Roberto Lacarbonara (1981), journalist and curator of contemporary art, is the artistic director of the CRAC Puglia Museum - Taranto Contemporary Art Research Center and of the National Historical Archive of the Artist's Project. Young curator for the Pino Pascali Museum Foundation, he is professor of Art History at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lecce. Among the recent curatorial projects: “Nico Vascellari. Tre quattro galline” (Fondazione Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare, 2022); “Ennio Tamburi. Mappe di Luoghi impossibili” (Palazzo Bisaccioni, Jesi 2022); Luciano D’Alessandro. L’ultimo ide­alista” (Museo di Roma in Trastevere, Rome 2021); “Lisetta Carmi. Gli Altri” (Castello Carlo V, Lecce; Museo Licini, Ascoli 2021); “Pino Pascali. From Image to Shape”, Palazzo Cavanis, 58. Art Venice Biennal 2019; “L’altra città” with Achille Bonito Oliva (Casa circondariale “Magli”, Taranto 2017); “Dialoghi. Bonalumi/Castellani/Fontana/Manzoni/Pascali” (Fondazione Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare 2015); “Coexistence. For a new Adriatic Koiné” (Tirana - Pyramid Pavillon (Albania), Cetinje – National Art Gallery (Montenegro), Rijeka – Muzej Moderne I Suvremene (Croatia), Venezia - Magazzino del Sale (Italia); “Alberto Burri. Una squisita indifferenza” (Castello Angioino, Mola di Bari 2012); Premio Pino Pascali “Nathalje Djurberg & Hans Berg” (Fondazione Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare, 2012); “Jan Saudek. Teneri Barbari” (Rome, Istituto di Cultura Ceca 2011).


Beatrice Longo -  Intern Gallerist & Communication Director

Student at the beginning of her internship experience at ET Works Studio, Beatrice Longo, after her first three-year degree in Tourism Sciences at Sapienza University in 2019, rediscovered a passion for the world of art and cultural heritage, an awareness that led her to undertake a new path at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, aimed precisely at communicating heritage. In these years of studies in ABA Rome, she participated in workshops such as the reorganization of the Goethe House Museum in collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin and various activities linked to her study courses, some of which were at the National Gallery of Modern Art – GNAM. This year's collaboration with the gallerist Laetitia de Galzain of LdG Art&Patrimoine convinced her and brought her closer to the field of exhibition design and curation, a field in which she hopes to work soon.

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Amelia McRae -  Intern Gallerist - Archive & Social Media

Amelia McRae is an undergraduate student at American University Rome, ITA, pursuing a BFA in Fine Arts, Art History, and the Business of Art. Before graduating high school, McRae regularly attended classes at Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach, CA, USA, to assist the ‘Indivisible Arts’ program – a 501c3 non-profit organisation devoted to teaching local youth a variety of different creative techniques, with roots in mental health awareness. 

McRae is also a member of the “South Bay Artist’s Collective” and the “South Bay Young Artist’s Society” and has assisted and participated in group exhibitions and curation. McRae has been a private studio assistant to artists Lynnie Sterba (Hermosa Beach, CA) and international artist Julie Polidoro (Rome, ITA). 

McRae recently organized a student curatorial group, first partnering with the Rome division of the 2nd annual “Together We Art Rome (2023)” live-auction project in collaboration with the non-profit organization Life Project for Youth. McRae hopes to continue her private practice and attend MA studies in subjects such as Art Business and Arts Administration and cultural Policy.


Musadoc - Press office

The MUSADOC  is a non-profit cultural association that promotes the encounter, the cultural and value exchange between people, organizations and institutions of different nationalities. In collaboration with international organizations, foundations and companies, MUSADOC deals with communication and takes care of relations with the press and the media, develops cultural projects, organizes art exhibitions, literary reviews, concerts and cultural encounters with the aim of contributing to multicultural, ethic and civil growth of the society. All events were open and free of charge. The association has organized numerous art exhibitions, literary encounters and international concerts, under the patronage of the Presidency of the Italian Republic and the Presidency of the Council

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