Valentina Gioia Levy is a historian of Asian art Valentina Gioia Levy a curator and arts manager based in Rome. Her research and curatorial practice are aimed at exploring the evolution of visual arts in connection with current historical, geopolitical, social and economic changes in the world. In 2007 she graduated in Asian Studies at the University of Rome 1, La Sapienza, with a thesis on the Japanese art scene of the '60s and' 70s and in 2007 she started the first level master in Art Market Management at the EAC Group school of Economy Arts and Communication in Paris.
In 2008 she attended the specialization course in Art as a Financial Investment held by Michael Moses and Jianping Mei at the Sotheby's Institute, Singapore.
In 2009, at the end of his studies at the EAC, she presented a research work on the phenomenon of bank collections, a comparative analysis between Italy and France that takes into account the origin, development and current problems in the management of collections in the corporate sphere. She recently began a collaboration with Pascale Weber, a lecturer at Université Paris , the Sorbonne, for a Phd on recent developments in performance art in relation to the phenomenon of globalization.
Since 2015 he has been teaching at Accademia Italiana in Rome.