HISTORIES AND THEORIES — History of Photography
Antonello Frongia is Contemporary Art Researcher (L-ART/03). professor of History of Photography (BA) and Models and Languages of Contemporary Photography (MA) at University Roma Tre. He is coordinator of the Erasmus Program, Didactic Area of Science of Cultural Heritage, member of the Didactic Commettee of the School of Humanistic Studies and memeber of the equality commette professor-students of the School of Humanities, Philiosophy and Languages. He is member of the Directive Commette of the Italian Society for the Study of Photography (SISF). He curated several volumes and exhibitions, among wich Lewis Baltz, Scritti, Johan & Levi, Milano 2014, Guido Guidi, Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993, Postcart/ICCD, Roma 2013 (with L. Moro), Guido Guidi, Carlo Scarpa’s Tomba Brion, Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 2011, Stephen Shore, Mose: A Preliminary Report, Walther Koenig, Colonia 2011, Lewis Baltz, 89-91 Sites of Technology, Steidl Verlag, Göttingen 2007.