Filippo Bosco is a PhD candidate at Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa. His research, supervised by Flavio Fergonzi, deals with the problem of drawing in Italian Art in the ’70. From 2013 to 2018, he completed his B. A. and Master degrees in History of Art at the University of Pisa and at the Scuola Normale, submitting the dissertation Notes on Magic Realism. German and Italian painting in the Twenties. His publications concern Felice Casorati (Portraiture Conference, Durham 2018), Ubaldo Oppi (Oppi and Germany, exh. cat. Vicenza 2019), the modern reception of XV century graphics and Giuseppe Penone’s graphic work (Studi di Memofonte, 2018). After co-curating a temporary exhibition (Protoballa: young Balla in Turin, 2016) and the XIX century permanent collection (2017) in the Modern Art Gallery in Turin, he contributed to the catalogue of the Cerruti Collection in Rivoli (being published). He is currently spending a semester at the Freie Universität in Berlin.