Elli Leventaki is an art historian, a curator, and an independent researcher. She is currently a curator at the Biennale of Western Balkans, while simultaneously collaborating with independent art programs and art spaces as a freelance curator.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Art Theory, and a Master’s degree in Art History and Curating, both from the Fine Arts Department of the University of Ioannina, Greece. She also holds a diploma on adult and continuous education from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, while is systematically attending seminars and talks on art, politics and gender.
Elli has years of experience as a curator and cultural manager of the Frissiras Museum of Contemporary European Painting in Athens, Greece. She has also collaborated as an arts-professional with various institutions, cultural spaces, festivals, artists and art-enthusiasts in independent projects. Furthermore, she has written numerous art-related texts for exhibition catalogues and scientific purposes. She often participates in conferences and lectures in Greece and abroad. She is a member of the Association of Greek Art Historians, AICA Hellas, ICOM and a member of the History of Art Laboratory of the School of Fine Arts in the University of Ioannina.