Isabella Falbo works within the field of contemporary art as critic and curator of exhibitions, performative events and publications.
Upon completing and attaining a first class degree in DAMS (Art, Music and Drama) achieved from Bologna University, she moved to the UK where she carried out the duties of intern assistant curator at Oxford Modern Art Museum where she worked alongside senior curator Suzanne Cotter. During her 2 year stay in Oxford she followed lectures of modern and contemporary art directed by Prof. Martin Kemp at Trinity College, Department of History Art, Oxford.
In recent years she has favoured institutional collaborations accomplishing major curatorial projects for museums and cultural insitutions among which the Public Gallery of Modern Art A. Bonzagni of Cento, C√† la Ghironda Modern Art Museum of Ponte Ronca (Bologna), the National Photography Observatory and the Etnographic Centre of Ferrara City Council, Palazzo Ducale and Galleria degli Antichi, Sabbioneta (Mantova).
Isabella Falbo also carries out public lectures and she is a collaborator for the series of contamporary art of Sometti Publishing House of Mantova.
Practicing critic, Isabella Falbo belives in a participant critic action with the artists she presents and sometime she accept to collaborate as performer and model.