Gina Ingrassia is an art historian, curator and popularizer. She started her professional career cooperating with other art historians on the study and research aimed at the attribution and contextualization of the art works.
She has worked for important companies operating in the field of art exhibition design and management since 2002, conceiving, curating, coordinating and creating a number of exhibitions, festivals, and events in various public and private venues both in Italy and abroad.
She has been in charge of the “special projects” section of the Complesso del Vittoriano in Rome for several years (Comunicare Organizzando and Arthemisia management), interacting with public and private clients, institutions - Presidency of Council of Ministers, Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, Ministry of Agriculture, Lazio Region, Province of Rome, Rome Municipality, Embassies - and public and private companies - Rai, Agency of the Territory, State Monopolies, Generali.
In 2019 she created Inmagina with the aim of developing crosswise projects and exhibitions to promote art and culture. Beside the independent projects, she provides various consulting services for important exhibitions. She steadily cooperates with Pandion publishing house for the development of projects in which art and literature dialogue with nature and environmental issues.