Flavia Frigeri is an art historian and curator.
Currently she is ‘Curator: Missing Narratives on Women’ at the National Portrait Gallery in London. From 2016 to 2020 she was a Teaching Fellow in the History of Art Department at University College London (UCL). Previously she worked at Tate Modern, where she co-curated The World Goes Pop (2015), and was responsible for: Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs (2014), Paul Klee: Making Visible (2013) and Ruins in Reverse (2013). From 2010 to 2011 she was the recipient of the prestigious HillaRebay International Fellowship from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.As an independent curator, her recent curatorial work was featured in a range of international venues and foundations including: LévyGorvy, Tornabuoni, Waddington Custot andFundación Arte. She is currently co-editing a volume of collected essays New Histories of Art in the Global Postwar Era: Multiple Modernisms (Routledge) andbetween 2018 and 2019, she published two books, Pop Art and Women Artistsboth in Thames & Hudson’s Art Essentials series. She is currently curating exhibitions for Dia Art Foundation, New York and MACBA – Museud’ArtContemporani de Barcelona.