Historian and Art Critic, Ivana Mulatero is curator of the Luigi Mallé Civic Museum in Dronero (Cn). You collaborate with public and private bodies, in particular with the Peano Foundation of Cuneo for which you have curated the annual review (since 2013) dedicated to the carnet de voyage entitled “CuneoVualà”. Former deputy director of MACC (Museum of Contemporary Art of Calasetta, CI, 2014-2017) and curator at the PAV (Parco Arte Vivente di Torino, 2006-2008), creator of cultural projects such as: “Nursery Crime” (2000) at Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in New York; the contemporary art section “Nunacarte” (2006) of the exhibition “Inuit and Ice Peoples” at the Regional Museum of Natural Sciences of Turin; the retrospective dedicated to the English painter Jessie Boswell (2009), the only woman of the group of “The Six Painters of Turin” at the Sala Bolaffi; the “Carte fiorite” exhibition at the Galleria Civica in Monza (2016). She is a freelance journalist enrolled in the National Order of Journalists, and is an ordinary member of ICOM – International Council of Museum.