- Political iconology
- Visual world of parties and social movements
- Art and social classes
- Cold War
- Détournement & Kitsch. Die Postkarten von Hans Peter Zimmer/Les cartes postales de Hans Peter Zimmer, Nanterre 2021.
- Hopeful Monsters. Pablo Echaurren e i mostri del movimento del '77, Mailand 2020.
- Individuals against Individualism. Western European Art Collectives (1956–1969), Liverpool 2017.
- (hrsg. gemeinsam mit Silvia Bignami), Lucio Fontana e l’artventure parigina (1959–1966), Mailand 2014.
Jacopo Galimberti is an art historian. He studied at the Statale di Milano, Paris I-La Sorbonne and at the Courtauld Institute of Art, from which he received his PhD. In 2014 he obtained a grant from the Gerda Henkel Stiftung in order to pursue his research on the Spur group in archives located in Berlin and Munich. In the following two years he taught Art History in France, at universities such as Parsons School of Design and Sciences Po. In 2017 he was awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship. This gave him the opportunity to work in the Sociology Department of the University of Manchester, where he wrote his second major monograph, Images of Class. Operaismo, Autonomia and the Visual Arts. For the last two years he has been a post-doctoral fellow in the Architecture Department of the University of Bologna.