Giulia Tulino received her Ph.D in Contemporary Art History from La Sapienza, University of Rome, in 2017 with a dissertation on La galleria dell’Obelisco e il surrealismo a Roma 1940–1960. She has published two additional essays about this topic. While at La Sapienza, Tulino served as an Assistant Professor for academic activities. As an independent curator, she has worked for both private galleries and public institutions including the MLAC, University Museum of Contemporary Art. Since 2015, Tulino has been curator of the Jacorossi Collection, Rome, which holds over 3,000 art works of Italian contemporary art. She is also currently curator at MUSIA, Rome.