Flavia’s writing appeared in exhibition catalogues, edited books and journals. Her research interests include modern and contemporary art in Italy, feminism, exhibition histories, global pop art, the intersection between art and design, post-war art in a transnational context, among others.
‘Lessons on Distillation: Laura Grisi’ in Mousse. Spring 2021. Issue 75.
‘Like a Lobster: Philip Colbert’s Pop Identity’ in Philip Colbert: Lobster Land in Seoul, exhibition catalogue, Sejong Museum, Seoul.
‘A particular sexy sort of geometric symmetry’ in Carmen Herrera: Colour Me In, exhibition catalogue, The Perimeter, London.
‘Between wayward taste and eccentric abstraction’ in Bram Bogart, exhibition catalogue, White Cube, London.
‘Carla Accardi’s Plastic Dreams’ in Carla Accardi: Sicofoil, exhibition catalogue, M&L Fine Art, London.
‘Una gran y creciente red de mujeres artistas’ in Transformaciones: mujeres artistas entre dos siglos, exhibition catalogue, Espacio Cultural Caja Canarias, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
‘In and around Novecento: Between Political Art and Tradition’ in Morandi, Balla, de Chirico and Italian Painting 1920-1950, exhibition catalogue, Tornabuoni, London.
‘Preface’ and ‘Epilogue’ in Women, Art and Society, Whitney Chadwick ed. London: Thames & Hudson.
‘Abstraction and Decoration in Bice Lazzari’s Work’ in Bice Lazzari, exhibition catalogue, Museo del Novecento, Firenze.
‘Evelyne Axell and the Age of Plastic’ in Evelyne Axell, Pop Method, exhibition catalogue, Delta, Namur.
‘Flavia Frigeri talks with: Marina Apollonio, Alberto Biasi and Franco Costalonga’ in Peggy Guggenheim: The Last Dogaressa, exhibition catalogue, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.
‘From “Italy at Work” to “The New Domestic Landscape”: a short history of Italian Art and Design, 1945-1972’ in Utopia: Art et Design Italien, exhibition catalogue, Tornabuoni, Paris.
‘Manuel Espinosa and his European Grand Tour’ in Manuel Espinosa, exhibition catalogue, Stephen Friedman, London.
‘How Much Light in Black,’ in Carol Rama: Eye of Eyes, exhibition catalogue, Lévy Gorvy, New York.
‘Seeing Invisible Cities,’ in Invisible Cities: Architecture of Line, exhibition catalogue, Waddington Custot, London.
‘The Forgotten and the Forgettable: the Making of The World Goes Pop and Other Stories,’ in Curatorial Challenges: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Contemporary Curating, eds. Malene Vest Hansen, Anne Folke Henningsen and Anne Gregersen, Routledge.
‘Between the Atmospheric and the Geometric in Antonio Calderara’s paintings,’ in Antonio Calderara, exhibition catalogue, Lisson, London.
‘Nomadic Fictions,’ in Camille Morineau and Lucia Pesapane eds. Women House, exhibition catalogue, Monnaie de Paris.
‘The Absence of Presence in the Paintings of Gino De Dominicis,’ in Gino De Dominicis, exhibition catalogue, Luxembourg & Dayan, London.
‘Into the TV Landscape: The phenomenology of Mario Schifano,’ in Franecsco Vezzoli ed. TV 70: Francesco Vezzoli guarda la Rai, exhibition catalogue, Fondazione Prada, Milan.
‘From A to Z: Alphabetizing Jannis Kounellis,’ in Jannis Kounellis, exhibition catalogue, White Cube, London.
‘The Odd Couple: the engineer and the gaucho at the Venice Biennale,’ in Fausto Melotti and Lucio Fontana, exhibition catalogue, Mazzoleni, London.
‘Cho Yong-Ik and the painterly tradition,’ in Cho-Yong Ik, exhibition catalogue, Edouard Malingue Gallery, London.
‘KAWSification of the Universe,’ in KAWS, exhibition catalogue, Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
‘Ceramic or Wood? Alex Hoda’s Playful Deceit,’ in Claire Shea ed. Alex Hoda: Work in Progress, exhibition catalogue, Cass Sculpture Foundation/Hatje Cantz.
‘Chapel Factory,’ in Karl Buchberg, Nicholas Cullinan, Jodi Hauptman and Nicholas Serota eds. exhibition catalogue, Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs. Tate Publishing, London.
‘The peaceful character of compromise:’ Paul Klee’s ‘so-called pointillism’, in Matthew Gale ed. The EY Exhibition: Paul Klee – Making Visible. exhibition catalogue, Tate Publishing, London, 2013.
‘Tastebreakers of the 1950s: A Chronology’ in Tracey Bashkoff and Megan Fontanella eds. Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949-1960. exhibition catalogue. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.