Giovanni Aloi

 Giovanni Aloi is an art historian in modern and contemporary art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sotheby’s Institute of Art New York and London, and Tate Galleries. He has curated art projects involving photography and the moving image is a BBC radio contributor, and his work has been translated into many languages. Aloi is Editor in Chief of Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

articles by this author

Caroline Picard in Conversation

Damien Hirst's Return to the Art World is Perfectly Situated for Our Post-Truth Era

Gilbert & George: Scapegoating Pictures for London

May 2013: The Nature of the Beast @ The New Art Gallery Walsall

February 2013: Patricia Piccinini @ Haunch of Venison

October: Frieze 2012: The 10th Anniversary Edition @ London

October 2012: Everything Was Moving @ Barbican, London

April 2012: Damien Hirst @ Tate Modern

November 2011: The Frieze of Austerity

November 2011; Gerhard Richter: The Last Flicker of Post-War Painting

June 2011, Tracey Emin @ Hayward Gallery

June 2011, Ai Weiwei's Ghost

March 2011, Gabriel Orozco @ Tate Modern

October 2010, Frieze Art Fair

September 2010, Joana Vasconcelos @ Haunch of Venison

May 2010, Marc Quinn @ White Cube

February 2010, Chris Ofili @ Tate Britain

November 2009, Damien Hirst @ The Wallace Collection

November 2009, Frieze Art Fair

October 2009, Anish Kapoor @ Royal Academy of Arts

September 2009, Zhang Huan @ White Cube

August 2009, Classified @ Tate Britain

April 2009, Mythologies @ Haunch of Venison

March 2009, Mark Wallinger @ The Hayward Gallery

February 2009, Altermodern @ Tate Britain

October 2008, Rothko @ Tate Modern

September 2008, Interview with Jeppe Hein

June 2008, The Chapman Brothers @ White Cube

Henry Darger at Intuit: The Centre for Intuitive and Outsider Art

February 2008, Richard Patterson @ Timothy Taylor Gallery

January 2008, Jeff Wall @ White Cube