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Marina Galvani

Art Curator

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Marina Galvani is the curator of the World Bank art collection, where she organizes exhibitions on development topics such as human trafficking, child labor, and climate change, as well as on regional focuses highlighting the wealth of creativity and its importance in the economic and social fabric of the world. Galvani is Italian; she studied business administration, international economics, and art history in Milan, Venice, Vienna, and Washington, D.C. She worked for many years as a curator for museums (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, and the National Gallery of Art, Washington) and as an economist for international organizations (UNESCO, European Union, Inter-American Development Bank, and the World Bank). She is also the mother of a girl, and believes that fighting for a world free of gender-based violence is every adult’s responsibility.