Caterina Borelli

Her films have shown in international festivals and museums such as the Museum of Modern Art, the United Nations and the American Museum of Natural History in NYC, the National Building Museum and Freer Art Gallery/Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC; the British Museum in London, the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid and Fundaçao Serralves in

Among the grants and fellowships received, she is a recipient of Villa Montalvo (artist in residence, 2005), Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts (2002), American Institute for Yemeni Studies (1997, 1999, 2001 e 2003), New York State Council on the Arts (1999), Harvestworks Digital Media Arts (Artist in Residence, 1996). Ms Borelli is a graduate of the 1987/88 Whitney Museum of American Art ISP – Independent Studies Program and a 2014 recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency Award.

From 1987 to 2008 she was a Senior Producer and US Correspondent for the science and technology series Super Quark, broadcast on prime-time in Italy RAI-TV’s ch. 1. And from 2008 to 2016 she was the Editorial Consultant for the prime-time, mon.-sat. live News talk-show Otto e mezzo, broadcast in Italy on LA7 TV. In 2018 she wrote and produced “I Colonna” the first installment of the series “Popes, princes and patrons” on Rome’s aristocracy – broadcast on RAI Storia.

Currently she is undergoing the re-organization and digitalization of MoroRoma, a collection of images that covers social and political events from the late XIX to mid-XX century.