Chiara Audizi, M.A.

Predoctoral Fellow

Main Focus

  • Medieval Art and Architecture
  • Medieval sculpture in central and southern Italy
  • Historiography and reuse of medieval art in modern age
  • Functions and use of sacred space 

Research Project

Clients and Artists: Spaces and Forms of Self-Representation in Medieval Churches of Basilicata (XII–XIII Centuries)

Curriculum Vitae

Chiara Audizi received her bachelor’s (2016) and master’s (2019) degrees in Art History from the University of Rome La Sapienza, where she is studying for her PhD. Her thesis aims to propose an analysis of sacred space of medieval churches in Basilicata, with a focus on their sculptural decoration (XIXIV centuries).

Between 2019 and 2020 she worked as a trainee in the Michalsky Department of the Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max Planck Institute for Art History, in which she is now a pre-doc fellow (Ursula Nilgen Scholarship).

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