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Isabella Chiadini just loves telling stories. She likes to investigate anything that captures her attention and has always been charmed by art in general. Currently living in Milan but she spent a quarter of her life in a small village of the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines, where one of the most natural activities was to climb trees that shadowed the floor mosaic of an ancient Roman theatre. The beauty in which she grew up gifted her with a love of the arts. She has two dogs and a cat.

David Goldenberg is represented by The Studio, Glenda Cinquegrana, Milan, Italy. For years, his research has been concentrated on the Post Autonomy concept – for further info go to

Valerie Kabov is an educator, writer and researcher with over a decade of international experience teaching, training and implementing projects in the field of art and audience engagement and intercultural dialogue.
Most recently, Valerie’s lecturing and teaching work has involved working as trainer as part of British Council’s Creative Enterprise Programme in Africa in Zimbabwe.

Liviana Martin was born in Northern Italy and lives in Milan. She has a degree in Philosophy and she taught for many years. She is keen on ancient and contemporary art, because she is absolutely confident that “ the beauty will save the world”

Nancy Nesvet is an art professional and curator of International art exhibitions. She has published reviews in many international journals in Washington DC. She earned her MFA from Maine College of Art

Frances Oliver has published seven works of fiction and self-published three memoirs. She was born in Vienna, grew up and married in the USA, and has since lived and travelled in a number of countries. After her husband’s death she and their daughter settled in Cornwall, where she devotes much time to environmental campaigns.

Alex Ulam is a New York City based writer who writes frequently about the arts and travel. His work has been published in The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Toronto Sun and other publications.

Elga Wimmer is an independent curator, art advisor, writer. She runs Elga Wimmer PCC in New York, Paris, Basel and Buenos Aires.