About me

Born in Genoa, Milanese by adoption, I decided to combine my university education in economics and management with my passion for culture with a goal:  bringing people closer to the art market in a clear, easily understandable and professional way.

This is how the project Art Nomade Milan was born: a blog that reviews events, and dedicates insights to all forms of artistic and cultural expression without preclusions, with particular attention to Fiber, African and Islamic Art.

A nomadic art, or “nomade” as they say in France, recalls the importance of that foreign country in my course of study. Art transcends the borders of individual nations, creating a global community of enthusiasts and professionals.

Art Nomade Milan allowed me to listen to people, understanding how the lack of clear information and management organization penalized the relationship between the public and the contemporary art system. My goal is to clarify and solve problems faced by non-experts when confronting the cultural sector. This is why my project was born: my desire is bridging the gap between the public and the fascinating and complex world of art and culture.


Because “Art is an accident from which you never leave unhurt” (Leo Longanesi).