Anna Cestelli Guidi has an international background in Art History (Rome, Siena, Berlin). She is a specialist in the transformations occurred in exhibition theory and practices during the 70s and 80s. She is the author of La documenta di Kassel 1955 – 1992. Percorsi dell’arte contemporanea (1997, Costa & Nolan). From the mid-90s she worked in Spain, at the CGAC in Santiago de Compostela, and at MACBA and the Metrònom Foundation in Barcelona. While in Spain, she incorporated into her research an investigation of the relational and contextual artistic practices that work outside traditional exhibition environments. Since 2007, she has been in charge of Visual Arts at the Fondazione Musica per Roma at the Auditorium in Rome. Here she created (amongst other projects) Fluxus Biennial 2010-2011 (within whose framework she curated the performance section), and the two recurring projects One Space/One Sound and Sound Corner.