Aurelia Pellizzari studied art history and general history at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) and then completed her studies with a Master’ degree in museums studies at the University of Neuchâtel. She completed her final internship at Lange&Schmutz in the field of provenance research and participated in several museum projects during her training. Since February 2021, she works as a scientific collaborator at Lange&Schmutz and is also active as cultural mediator.
Provenance research enables her to work in the field of both the domain of art history and history in general. The research develops in several ways depending from the approach chosen: the life of the artist, of the artwork or of the owner. This work gives her the opportunity to reflect also on ethical and legal issues.
She speaks and writes fluent German, French and Italian.