Working at the Civic Art and History Museums of Brescia since 1999, at first in the cataloguing and documentation department and since 2015 in the role of conservator and curator of the collections at Fondazione Brescia Musei, she is currently head of the Collection and Research Department of said institution. She earned a PhD in Figurative Arts from the University of Turin in 2014. Co-curator of several exhibitions, including those dedicated to Albrecht Dürer and Stefano della Bella and of the exhibition series dedicated to Savoldo, Fra Bartolomeo and Raffaello grouped under the single heading Rinascimento, she was also the coordinator of Brescia. The Renaissance in Northern Italy, a project that brought the masterpieces of the Brescian collections to the national museums of Poland, Finland and The Netherlands. In 2008-2014 she was responsible for the coordination of the two-volume general catalogue of Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo published by Marsilio. In 2018 she curated the new set up and reopening of Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo and in 2020 the exhibition Raffaello. L’invenzione del divino pittore.
Besides signing several entries for exhibition catalogues, her most recent studies include the following essays: Un secolo di ritrovamenti e indagini critiche. I dipinti di Giacomo Ceruti nella collezione della Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo (One century of finds and critical studies. Giacomo Ceruti’s paintings in the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo collections), in Giacomo Ceruti il Pitocchetto. Storie di ritratti, exhibition catalogue 2015; “Dante se fosse stato pittore l’avrebbe dipinto precisamente così”. L’Ugolino nella torre della fame: la committenza Tosio e la genealogia del tema dantesco (“If Dante hand been a painter, that is exactly how he would have painted it.” Ugolino in the tower of hunger: the Tosio patronage and the genealogy of the Dantean subject), in Giuseppe Diotti. Un protagonista dell’Ottocento in Lombardia, exhibition catalogue 2017; La vocazione al naturalismo della scuola bresciana (The naturalistic vocation of the School of Brescia), in Tiziano e la pittura del Cinquecento tra Venezia e Brescia, exhibition catalogue 2018; The Camillo Brozzoni glasswork collection now at Musei Civici di Brescia: a “novel of industry” reflective of European models, in Study Days on Venetian Glass 2020. In 2019 she curated the book Obiettivo Foppa. Studi e indagini sulle opere della Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo.