Federica Fabrizi is art historian, art curator and art expert in modern and contemporary painting and sculpture at the Chamber of Commerce of Rome and is registered in the Register of Art Experts at the Criminal Court of Rome.
Federica was born in Rome in 1986 in Rome, attended the Liceo Scientifico "G. B. Morgagni" in Rome. In 2013 she graduated with an old order at the University "La Sapienza" in art history with the thesis "Carlo Scarpa at the XXIV Venice Biennale". Then she graduated with honors in the history of contemporary art with the thesis "The Museum - Sculpture: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao". Finally, she specialized in Rome with three post-graduate Masters: the Master of first Level as "Art Curator and Organizer of Cultural Events", the master of second level in "Attributions of art and Stylistic Recognition" and the master of second level "Economic evaluation of Cultural Heritage. She to improve and perfect the English language attended the British School reaching the level (CAE) C1. Among the various university experiences, she highlights the internship at the National Museum of Arts of the XXI century (MaXXI) in the museum education department. He worked at the Cultural Association Procult (Martelive) as Assistant to the artistic direction in the visual arts section for the regional final Lazio 2018. In 2019, she became an Art Expert in Modern and Contemporary Painting and Sculpture at the Rome Chamber of Commerce. Since January 2020 she has been admitted to the Register of Art Experts at the Criminal Court of Rome. She also curated exhibitions in collaboration with the "Ministry of the Interior". She has organized exhibitions with both Italian and foreign artists of international fame.
She currently works in the Art Association G.A.P., as art historian, curator, art expert and, in addition, takes care of historical - artistic teaching for postgraduate masters. She collaborates with several galleries in Rome, with the Association ASREA (Association for the Support of European and Arab Relations), with the Biennale Martelive in the co-direction of the visual arts section and as a journalist with the magazine Unfoldingroma.