Marialuisa Pastò is an independent curator and writer living in Milan, Italy. After graduating in Advertising Techniques at the University for Foreigners of Perugia, she holds a master’s degree in Photography and Visual Design from NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan. In 2012 she worked in the Art Department of Barrandov Studios in Prague. From 2015 to 2017 she collaborated with publications including Corriere della Sera. She has been co-director and curator of Soyuz, an exhibition space based in Pescara, Italy (2017–2020). Since 2018 she has been an editor of Daily Lazy and since 2021 a member of the jury of the Prisma Art Prize in Rome, Italy. Her reviews, interviews and critical texts have been published in both digital and print form art magazines and she is an author of texts to catalogues as well. As curator, she collaborates with manifold contemporary art realities, working closely with international artists, galleries and art fairs as well, such as MIA Photo Fair, Milan, Italy (member of the scientific board) (2021–present), Bienvenue Art Fair, Paris, France (associate curator) (2021–2024), (un)fair – 2nd edition, Milan, Italy (guest curator) and forthcoming others.


Interview by Collecteurs
MIA Photo Fair