Camilla Pietrabissa teaches History of Modern Art at CLEACC and collaborates with ASK Research Centre.
Her research and publications examine the image of the European landscape and the representation of cities in the early modern period. Her current research project stuies drawing practices and the rise of environmental consciousness in eighteenth-century Europe. In 2018 Camilla completed a PhD at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she also obtained her MA in 2013. She received a training as curator of drawings at Musée du Louvre and The Courtauld Gallery, and was the co-founder and organizer of a network of scholars and curators in the field of graphic arts (Works on Paper Study Group). Prior to joining ASK, Camilla was a research fellow at the Centre Allemand d'Histoire de l'Art in Paris and a fellow on the baroque program of the Fondazione 1563 per l'Arte e la Cultura in Turin.