He obtained with honors at the University of Rome La Sapienza the bachelor degree in Historical-Artistic Studies (Supervisor: Prof. Carla Subrizi) and the master degree in History of Art (Supervisors: Prof. Carla Subrizi, Prof. Francesca Gallo). For the realisation of the master degree's thesis, regarding the relationship between Eugenio Battisti, the journal «Marcatrè» and the United States of America, he spent a study stay at the Historical Archives in the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa.
During the master degree course he took part in the Excellence program, presenting a final project concerning the journal «October» and the link with Italian art, and was the winner of an Erasmus scholarship for the Art Management department in the Yeditepe University of Istanbul.
Over the years he has collaborated with various public and private institutions, such as the MACRO Museum, the Baruchello Foundation and the Monitor Gallery
His research interests include: the history of art from the Second World War to today in the Italian and international scenario; the museology, collecting and market of the contemporary art; the artistic links between Italy and United States of America; art and gender studies; art and the relationship with the living.
He is currently carrying out a doctoral project concerning the study of animal presences in the history of contemporary Italian art.