Matteo Balduzzi (Milan, 1969) is a curator in the field of public art and photography. For over fifteen years he has been collaborating with the MUFOCO (Museum of Contemporary Photography) in Milano-Cinisello Balsamo, Italy, where he has curated numerous projects and been the artistic programme co-ordinator since 2018. MUFOCO is the only public museum in Italy dedicated to contemporary photography and seeks to promote its archival heritage through specific research projects, integrate the works of emerging artists within the museum’s collections, and develop new collaborative projects involving citizens (or public) and artists. In the last years, Matteo has curated numerous exhibitions and projects, among which ABITARE, ATLANTE ARCHITETTURA CONTEMPORANEA and REFOCUS, three different public commissioning programmes promoted by the Italian Ministry of Culture; TRA CIELO E TERRA, a participative work by Claudio Beorchia, IMMAGINI E TESTO. NOTAZIONI VISIVE, an international program involving Armin Linke's work, CHI NON SALTA, about football, culture, identity.