Francesco Tenaglia (b. 1974, Chieti, Italy) lives and works in Milan. He is a critic, curator, and educator, teaching critical writing at the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. He was managing editor then editor in chief at the contemporary art magazine Mousse from 2016 to 2020. His most recent curatorial efforts include Il Ghirigoro (featuring Jef Geys, Ezio Gribaudo, David Ostrowski, Trevor Shimizu, and Andrea Romano), Pio Pico, Los Angeles (2020); and 1550 San Remo Drive (featuring Moyra Davey, Heike-Karin Föll, Ugo Guidi, Francesco Joao, and Yorgos Prinos), Hot Wheels Athens (2020). In summer 2020, together with Marco Pio Mucci and Matteo Pomati, he will inaugurate the curatorial project and exhibition space Sgomento Zurigo, (Zurich). He has written about contemporary art for Esquire Italia, Rolling Stone, Page 99, Domus, Il Tascabile, and Berfrois, among others.

Something other than either: Pati Hill // Kunstverein Munich