Eleonora Brizi is an art curator based in New York, Rome and Beijing.
Graduated and specialized in contemporary Chinese art, in 2018 she started her new path dedicated to “art and technology” in New York. Before landing in the world of art and tech, she spent six years in Beijing, China, where she worked for four years as assistant to artist Ai Weiwei and two years as assistant and representative in China under the curator Jerome Sans. Here, she started her career as an independent curator.
Very active in the flourishing crypto creative community of NY, she promoted and participated in many projects, like the curation of The Rarest Book - a book about Rare Pepe, the first-ever project of digital art on the blockchain; art auctions of digital art on the blockchain, as well as conferences and panels on art and artificial intelligence and art on the blockchain.