Elisa Del Prete (Bologna, 1978) is curator and producer of contemporary art projects.

She works on the realization of installations and mostly unpublished interventions in unconventional places investigating the relationship between art and public sphere and between work and user.

After graduating in History of Medieval Art with a thesis on the influence of Aby Warburg in Italy, (published in “Aby Warburg and Italian culture”, 2009), she began writing art and started in 2004 as a independent curator.

In 2006 she founded Nosadella.due, which then directed until 2016, the first private residence program in Italy who dealt with international exchange and production to support artists and curators.

In 2008 and 2011 she is curator of the Visual Arts section of the Gender Bender Festival and in 2014 and 2015 co-director of Archivio Aperto, an exhibition dedicated to Home Movies.

From 2011 she starts a relationship with South African artists and in 2012 she realizes at the MAMbo the first solo exhibition in Italy of the South African artist Bridget Baker.

From 2017 she works with Silvia Litardi to create NOS, root and conceptual origin of Nosadella.due, an agency that works alongside artists in the production of new works of art for specific, temporary or permanent sites.

In 2018 she won the third edition of Italian Council Competition for the production of a work by Flavio Favelli.

He is one of the founders of Voxel, the first co-working thought up as a project of contamination between individual professionalism, creative business and associations that operate in the production of the imaginary, visual, knowledge.

She is content expert and she writes for doppiozero.com, for which she published an essay on William Kentridge.