Caroline Ferrazzo (-Amoruso) holds a Bachelor's degree in art history, history and english, a Master's degree in art history and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Promotion and Management of cultural projects from the University of Neuchâtel.

After completing her internship at the Centre Pasquart in Biel, she joined in 2016 the Jura Brüschweiler Archives, the most important private archive on the painter Ferdinand Hodler, where she was trained in collection inventory and scientific research. She then took on the position of project and communication manager from 2017 to 2019.

She has been working as a research associate at Lange&Schmutz Provenienzrecherchen GmbH since November 2019. The reconstruction of the history of works of art and their owners as well as the deontological duty and the political dimension that surrounds her investigations are aspects that she particularly appreciates in her work.

In addition to this commitment, she has been in charge of communication and partnerships at the Ferdinand Hodler Institute since February 2021, and scientific collaborator and member of the management of the Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) Promouvoir une institution culturelle at the University of Neuchâtel since April 2021.

French native speaker, she speaks and writes English fluently and has a good knowledge of German and Italian.

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E-mail: amoruso[at]