Gianfranco Maranto / Recontemporary
Iole Pellion di Persano
Curator

Curator, since 2016 she is the director and founder of Recontemporary, and president of the relative cultural association since 2018. Recontemporary was born with the aim of spreading contemporary art through video and in 2019 its headquarters were open in the centre of Turin. Born from a family of gallery owners, she studied Design and Visual Communication at Politecnico di Torino and completed her studies at Sotheby’s New York. As a curator she organised several exhibitions in Italy and abroad with partners such as Gazprombank Foundation, Loop Festival, IIC of Madrid. She works as a consultant and art advisor for private collections. Since 2019 she is a member of the Giorgio Persano Gallery and follows its management for fairs and relations with foreign countries. As a supporter of female entrepreneurship, in 2021 she is co-founder of The Rown, an art, literature, fashion and design club.

Iole Pellion di Persano
Curator

Curator, since 2016 she is the director and founder of Recontemporary, and president of the relative cultural association since 2018. Recontemporary was born with the aim of spreading contemporary art through video and in 2019 its headquarters were open in the centre of Turin. Born from a family of gallery owners, she studied Design and Visual Communication at Politecnico di Torino and completed her studies at Sotheby’s New York. As a curator she organised several exhibitions in Italy and abroad with partners such as Gazprombank Foundation, Loop Festival, IIC of Madrid. She works as a consultant and art advisor for private collections. Since 2019 she is a member of the Giorgio Persano Gallery and follows its management for fairs and relations with foreign countries. As a supporter of female entrepreneurship, in 2021 she is co-founder of The Rown, an art, literature, fashion and design club.

Gianfranco Maranto / Recontemporary
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