Born in 1989 in Padua, Italy
She lives and works in Paris
Elena Cardin is an indipendent curator and she is in charge of the out-door exhibition program at Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France). After studying Philosophy (Master degree at the University of Padua, Italy) and Curatorial Studies (Professional Master at Paris IV-Sorbonne and The School for Curatorial Studies Venice), she worked at the organisation of different exhibitions at Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice and Bugada&Cargnel gallery in Paris. In 2015, she received the curatorial prize Lorenzo Bonaldi per l’Arte – Enterprise with the project Deus sive Natura that she realised at GAMeC in Bergamo (Italy), after a research’s period spent at Hartung-Bergman Foundation (France). In 2017, she worked as assistant curator of the artistique director of 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia – Viva Arte Viva..
Espaces liquides, Forges royales de Guérigny, in the frame of the out-door program of Parc Saint Léger.
Vitalium, Collège Maurice Genevoix, Décize, in the frame of the out-door program of Parc Saint Léger.
Pipopipette, Collège Lucien Chaussin, Dornes, in the frame of the out-door program of Parc Saint Léger.
Nos ombres devant nous, exhibition organized with the collectif Basalte, Fondation d’entreprise Ricard.
Deus sive Natura, Galerie d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Bergame (Italie).
Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market in Venice, organized with The School for Curatorial Studies Venice.