Valeria Ceregini is an Italian art historian, visual art curator and critic, based between Dublin (IE) and Turin (IT). She has over 7 years of curatorial experience and has collaborated with numerous artists, curators and writers through exhibitions, exchanges, residencies, publications, talks and workshops. She is a regular contributor to Juliet Art Magazine and she collaborates with several international art magazines.
At present, she is engaged with the group show Over Nature, which tours six venues in Ireland and the UK between September 2019 and July 2020. Acting as Curator and Project Manager of this touring show, featuring six Irish and International artists, she attempts to activate a new vision of greater ecological awareness and responsibility.
She was the artistic director and responsible for the artists-in-residence programme at Areacreativa42, Rivarolo C.se, Turin (2018-2019). She collaborated as curator and writer with Pallas Projects/Studios, Dublin (2017-2018).
In 2017, she was selected by SEA Foundation (Tilburg, NL) as curator-in-residence and, in 2018 she curated the group show Beyond the painting, the first episode of a travelling exhibition project on abstract painting entitled “Painting through its poetical emotions”. The second episode was staged at Galleria Weber&Weber (Turin) and all the three solo exhibitions were kindly supported by Culture Ireland.
Valeria has been appointed by VAI – Visual Artists Ireland as one of the 30 best curators in Ireland and Northern Ireland to take part at the annual event the Get Together 2018 and, she was reconfirmed as one of the top Irish curators at the Get Together 2019.
Recently, she was shortlisted for the position of Public Programme Curator at the CCA – Centre for Contemporary Art (Derry-Londonderry, NI), Gallery Coordinator/Curator at The Courthouse Gallery & Studios (Ennistymon, Co Clare) and Programming Curator and Coordinator at Luan Gallery & Abbey Road Artists’ Studios (Athlone, Co Westmeath). Besides, she was shortlisted for the nomadic residency programme “CPR 2018: Dimming the Northern Lights” and the research residency “Sharing The Portico Library’s Hidden Heritage” at Manchester (UK).
Valeria is graduated in Semiotics with an MA in Communication Science at the University of Turin and in Contemporary Art with an MA (Hons) in History of Art at the University of Genoa. She pursued her studies attending the Postgraduate Diploma in Cultural Heritage & Museum Studies, University of Genoa.