Alain Chivilò (Venice 1969) started his art formation around a post-impressionistic figurative way of expression generated by a group of modern artist working before and after II world war in Italy. Now his research is on contemporary art. He is an Italian contemporary art curator, critic and writer based in Venice and Milan. In the Serenissima city, Venice, he is the “last” artistic director to defender a Nineteen century masters group characterized by exploring nature, still life and portraits (Marco Novati, Eugenio Da Venezia, Neno Mori, Carlo Dalla Zorza, Fioravante Seibezzi, Cosimo Privato, Mario Varagnolo for example). In this context the art monographs “Marco Novati Volti Vissuti” and “Gigi Candiani Atmosfere Rarefatte” triggered in Italy a debate about the importance of these figurative artists in the modern Italian art history. He studied art history and business administration at university, but he doesn’t like to write these qualifications with the dr abbreviation or similar (doctor, phd, dottore, ext). As free lance journalist, accredited in Italian register, he is writing for the most important magazines. During his career he interviewed the most important international artists as for example Sir Anthony Caro, Marc Quinn, Shozo Shimamoto, Hermann Nitsch, Jacques Villeglé, Fabrizio Plessi, Gianni Berengo Gardin, Riccardo Licata, Eugenio Carmi, Rabarama, Achille Perilli, Luca Alinari, Alberto Biasi, Xu Deqi, Helidon Xhixha. On 2017, a selection of all these art contacts, that involved him, have been published in a new book: “Tracce Segni Macchie Bruciature Concetti Scatti Tagli Buchi”. Collaborations with important Italian critics, known since years in the media, have been fundamental. He plans basically solo exhibitions in several world locations. Against the discredit often made in the artistic world, often free, he is proactive towards a philosophy based on creation and idea. Currently he tries to valorise international art talents, which can highlight real and non-trivial contents, never forgetting who has already traced art fundamental expressions. His motto: please, always put the artists first with the respective artistic creations, through a rich simplicity.