Veronica Di Geronimo

affiliation: Fine Arts Academy of Rome, Peking University of Beijing

Veronica Di Geronimo is currently Ph.D. Student in Art theory at Peking University of Beijing and Junior Scientist at Fine Arts Academy of Rome for the European Project EU4ART_differences. She got BA in art history and MA in contemporary art at Rome University La Sapienza.  Since BA she is interested in Chinese art context, focusing mainly on the Post Opening Up Reform Period. In 2019 she received a scholarship from La Sapienza University to carry out research at Peking University as visiting student. In 2016 she curated the exhibition Syncretism. Dao between the East and the West, and she worked as art mediator for Bric-à-brac - The Jumble of Growth (2018), and Wang YanCheng. Micro macro (2020), exhibitions held at Rome’s National Gallery for Contemporary Art. She collaborated with the Association of Chinese Artists in Italy on several occasions.

From 2022 Veronica Di Geronimo works as Junior Scientist for the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome for the work packages "Fine Art Lab Establishment" and “Dissemination & Sustainability” HORIZON2020, EU4ART_differences. She recently received the title of Cultrice della materia in Aesthetics of New Media in the same Institution.

Her academic interests involved globalization topics in regard of Chinese artists, and the new media art.