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Alessandro Serrani

PhD Student

Department of the Arts

Academic discipline: L-ART/02 History of Modern Art

Short Bio

Having graduated from the University of Macerata in 2016 with a degree in Modern Literature, under the supervision of Professor Graziano Alfredo Vergani, in March 2019, Alessandro Serrani obtained a Master’s in Visual Arts from the University of Bologna. His thesis on the Vaselli Chapel of Bologna’s Basilica of San Petronio was supervised by Professor Daniele Benati. In 2016, he received a literary award, the “Premio Letterario Internazionale Poesia Onesta” (XI edition), bestowed by the cultural association “Versante”. Dr. Serrani has been awarded scholarships from the Fondazione Longhi in Florence and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice. He was a speaker at the Study Day on the Griffoni Polyptych held on 29 October 2020 at Palazzo Pepoli in Bologna and at The 2022 Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America held on 31 March 2022 in Dublin. He has published scientific articles in magazines such as “Paragone” and “Studi di storia dell’Arte”. He held visiting researcher positions at Boston College. His main field of research is 15th-century painting in Emilia-Romagna; he also deals with wooden tarsia and reconstructions of Renaissance polyptychs. Go to the Curriculum vitae



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