Katia Anguelova graduated in History and Theory of Culture (Culturology) at the University of Sofia and she has also completed a doctorate at E.H.E.S.S. Paris, where she worked on the relational triangle between critical artists and spectators. Her studies at the Ecole du Magasin in Grenoble allowed her to mix research with curatorial field work. She worked in the curatorial team at Isola Art Center (2004-2009), she was assistant curator for Manifesta7 Trento in Italy (2008). She has been visiting professor at the Politecnico di Milano, Arts and Visual Communication Lab (public spaces and multiculturalism). She was the director of the Bulgarian pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale. She was art director for the Kaart project. Per una cartografia corale della Basilicata, a project co-created by ArtePollino with Matera2019 European Capital of Culture. She currently works as co-director of Kunstverein (Milan), an international network of art spaces based in Amsterdam, Milan, New York and Toronto. She works as a consultant and curator for Artline, a public art project from the City of Milan, a collection of open-air artworks that develop inside the public park of the CityLife transformation area.