Research: Monochrome ‘expansions’. Artistic experimentation in Italy between the 60s and the 70s’
Alice Isabella Leone (1992) completed her studies at Sapienza University of Rome, where she was awarded cum laude her Bachalor’s Degree in Studies in Art History (2014) with a dissertation on Ludovico Seitz (supervisor: prof. Stefano Marconi). In 2018 she completed cum laude her Master Degree in Art History with a dissertation on the ‘Weapons Series’ of Pino Pascali (supervisor: prof. Claudio Zambianchi; co-supervisor: prof. Francesca Gallo). In 2021 graduated cum laude from Specialization School in Artistic Historical Heritage Diploma with a research on the artistic career of Achille Perilli between 1958-1959.
In the 2015-16 academic year she was awarded a Erasmus+ scholarship to study abroad at the Universitée Sorbonne (Paris IV).
In 2019 she successfully completed a training course offered by the Central Institute for Catalogue and Documentation (ICCD Rome) on the web-based platform SIGEC Web system.
In 2020 she took part in the advanced training course in Museology and Museography offered by Sapienza-University of Rome in collaboration with Palazzo Butera of Palermo.
While completing her academic studies, she carried out internships at the MLAC - Museo Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea (2014); at the Palazzo del Quirinale-Presidency of the Italian Republic in Rome (2015); at the Musée du Louvre in Paris (2016); and at Department of 19th and 20th Century Art of the Vatican Museums (2018-2019).
She has also collaborated with Album Arte, an independent space for contemporary art, and with the Baruchello Foundation Archive.
She currently carries out a PhD project focused on monochrome art in the Italian context of the 60s and 70s.