Having obtained her degree in Art History at La Sapienza University of Rome, Eleonora developed her expertise at the Sorbonne in Paris. In 2015 she won the Silvia Pasi graduation prize through the Flaminia Foundation in collaboration with Alma Mater Studiorum, for the best dissertation in Byzantine History of Art. Passionate of culture and diversity, she is carrying out a research path in History of Religions at La Sapienza University of Rome.
In 2016 she started collaborating with MAXXI, National Museum of Art of the XXI Century, to research, organize and enhance the Archive of Incontri Internazionali d’Arte and to edit the Museum’s exhibition catalogues. She is currently Assistant to the Director MAXXI Architecture.
She developed numerous professional experiences in cultural field, such as #Viviilpresente a project developed within La Quadriennale of Rome and Brave Art project in partnership with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and the Authority for the Historical and Art Properties in Rome. Moreover she worked in marketing at PIEMME S.p.A. providing special projects and advertising to newspapers such as Il Messaggero, Il Mattino, Artribune, etc.