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Marco Trevisan

Senior Associate, Italy

With over 25 years of experience in the art world, Marco has worked extensively within both institutional and commercial settings, gaining valuable insights into profit and non-profit approaches. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Venice, and brings the organizational, managerial, marketing, and communication skills developed during his past roles to curatorial and strategic consulting services.

Marco is currently the Director of the Alberto Peruzzo Foundation in Padua, where he oversaw the restoration project of a deconsecrated 12th century church that has been transformed into the Foundation’s exhibition space. This venue provides a platform for contemporary art to interact with the site’s rich history and the 14th century Giottesque fresco fragments discovered on the premises. Additionally, Marco is the co-founder of One Stop Art, a consulting and services company specialised in art collection strategies. He advises private collectors, institutions, and companies.

From 2014, he served as general director of Christie’s Italy, overseeing the staff’s activities and representing the company on public occasions. Prior to that, he brought the Affordable Art Fair to Italy, an international project aimed at presenting emerging artists and forming new collectors, and he directed art fairs in Milan and Rome. He also lived in New York for two years, serving as the Communication and PR Manager in the US for FMR Franco Maria Ricci. Earlier in his career, he was the Corporate and Institutions Relations Manager for the Guggenheim in Venice.

Marco conceived and coordinated a course on “Art Gallery Management” for the IED Institute in Venice. He has participated in numerous conferences and events including at the Venice Biennale and the universities of Ca’ Foscari in Venice, Cattolica in Milan, and Padua.

In recent years, he developed an interest and knowledge in the relationship between art, science, and technology, curating an exhibition on the theme of big data in relation to architecture and art at the Venice Pavilion of the 2018 Architecture Biennale, with artists S. Iaconesi and O. Persico.

At the end of 2021, his book titled “ARS FACTIVA. La bellezza utile dell’arte” was published by Scheiwiller 24 Ore Cultura. It discusses the dialogue between art, science and technology and the useful role of the arts in contemporary society. It was recognised as one of the two best art essays of the year by Artribune, the most popular online art magazine in Italy.

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