Serena Trinchero



Serena Trinchero obtained a PhD from Università degli Studi di Firenze, Pisa and Siena in 2020 with a thesis on the role of American art and literature magazines published in Europe in creating international modernism. The research developed in a monography published by Angelo Pontecorboli editore (2020). She previously deepened these themes in two essays dedicated to the “little magazines” Broom and Secession (2014, 2015). In 2012 she took part in the postgraduate program of the 33td CHIA Congress in Nuremberg, and in 2016 gained a scholarship from Syracuse University (NY) for a four-month stay as a Short-Term Visiting Scholar. She is currently a member of the Research Lab “Gradiva – Centro di studi e ricerche sul surrealismo e sul modernismo” at the University of Florence. She worked on Adriana Pinchele Archive at Archivio Contemporaneo “Alessandro Bonsanti” at Gabinetto G.P. Vieusseux and collaborated with Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi, Florence; Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci, Prato; Museum Casa Masaccio Centro Per l’Arte Contemporanea and Centro di Rilevante Interesse per la Danza Virgilio Sieni. She is also in charge of reorganising the archive of the photographer Luciana Majoni.