Dr Giorgia Bottinelli has a PhD in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. She started her career as a Research Assistant, then Assistant Curator, at Tate Modern, where she worked on exhibitions such as Zero to Infinity: Arte Povera 1962-1972 (2001), Surrealism: Desire Unbound (2002) and Cubism and its Legacy: The Gift of Gustav and Elly Kahnweiler (2004). Since 2008 she has been Curator of Art at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery. Recent exhibitions include A Passion for Landscape: Rediscovering John Crome (2021), John Sell Cotman in Norwich and London (2018), Rembrandt: Lightening the Darkness (2017) and René Magritte: The Lost Painting (2017). Dr Bottinelli has contributed to several art books and is the author and editor of Rembrandt: Lightening the Darkness, A Vision of England: Paintings of the Norwich School and A Passion for Landscape: Rediscovering John Crome. She has written and lectured extensively on art and was awarded a Curatorial Scholarship by the Yale Center for British Art in 2019.