Giulio Dalvit is Assistant Curator of Sculpture. Most recently, he collaborated with the curatorial team to organize the installation for Frick Madison. His input on the project informed the display of sculpture and medals within the broader context of the permanent collection.
He has held various lecture and research positions, most recently as an Associate Lecturer at The Courtauld Institute of Art, London. During an earlier tenure at the Frick in 2016, in a position funded by Trustee Ayesha Bulchandani, he contributed to research for the exhibitions Tiepolo in Milan: The Lost Frescoes of Palazzo Archinto (2019), Canova’s George Washington (2018), and Murillo: The Self-Portraits (2017/18).
He received his Ph.D. from the Courtauld Institute, London, with a dissertation titled “Rethinking Lorenzo di Pietro, known as Vecchietta (Siena, 1410–80)." He earned his B.A. in Humanities from the Università degli Studi, Milan, and his M.A. in History of Art, also from the Courtauld.