Sara Alberani is an art historian and independent curator based in Rome. She expresses her curatorial research in socially engaged art practices concerning communities and public spaces, focusing on long-term projects.
Since 2019, she has been part of the asylum seeker, refugee, and artists community Trampoline House in Copenhagen, and is curator for the collective’s upcoming participation in documenta fifteen. Since 2020 She is co-founder of LOCALES, a curatorial platform for the production of site-specific interventions and decolonial practices within the public space of Rome; and Orchestras of Transformation, a public program combining artistic imagination with new strategies of action in the social sphere, co-curated with Visible (Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto/Fondazione Zegna) and supported by Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. She is selected curator for the Final Event of the Roma Calling 2021/2022 Fellows at the Istituto Svizzero of Rome.
Her projects have been presented in numerous institutions in Italy and abroad, including documenta15, Biennale Arte e Architettura di Venezia, Centro Pecci, MAXXI, RomaEuropa Festival, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, MANN, Museo Nazionale Romano, Real Academia de España en Roma.
She graduated with honors in Art History from La Sapienza University in Rome and in 2019-20 was selected curator for the Curatorlab master’s program at Konstfack University, Stockholm.