Visiting Assistant Professor at Nova University in Lisbon and a FCT Researcher at the Art History Institute at the same university. Her work explores the articulations between art and feminisms in Portugal and Latin America in the 1960s and 1970s, the relations between contemporary art and migratory processes, and the shaping of transnational artistic networks, heterogeneous forms of collaboration and dialogue from the 1960s to the present. Her research is funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia in Portugal. She holds a PhD in Aesthetics / Arts and Sciences of Art from the University of Paris I / Panthéon Sorbonne.
She is the co-coordinator of the research cluster “Transnational Perspectives on Contemporary Art” (Contemporary Art Studies Group), at the Art History Institute at Nova University in Lisbon.
She co-curated the exhibition “Co-Habitar” at Casa da América Latina in Lisbon (2016-2017), and curated “Eugénia Mussa, Meridiano Pacífico” at Galeria Quadrum in Lisbon (2017). Her texts have been published in journals like Third Text and Manifesta Journal: Around Curatorial Practices, and in exhibitions catalogues and books from Centro de Arte Moderno / Gulbenkian Foundation, Centre Pompidou, and Tate Modern.
In 2017, she was a Brooks International Fellow at Delfina Foundation and Tate Modern Curatorial in London.
Lamoni, G., “Baralhando as cartas e multiplicando as imagens. Algumas notas acerca da obra de Cybele Varela”, in Ariane Varela, Valentina Locatelli (eds.), Cybèle Varela. Tropicalismo Remixed, exhib. cat, Milano, Silvana Editore, 2018, pp. 44 – 45.
Lamoni, G., Brito Alves, M., “Conexões Radicais: Feminismos, Curadoria e Colaboração”, in Faces de Eva: Estudos sobre a Mulher, nº38, 2017, pp. 39-55.
Lamoni, G., “Beyond the ‘Global Dream’: Transnational Challenges in the Modern and Contemporary art Museum”, in Wrong Wrong, nº9, 2017. http://wrongwrong.net/artigo/beyond-the-global-dream-transnational-challenges-in-the-modern-and-contemporary-art-museum
Lamoni, G., (ed.), Eugénia Mussa: Meridiano Pacífico, exhib. cat., Lisboa, EGEAC, 2017.
Lamoni, G., “´… com imensas razões e um grande abraço´: Amplexos, abraços e outros enlaces no trabalho de José Escada”, in Eu não evoluo, viajo. José Escada Retrospectiva, exhib. cat., Lisboa, Centro de Arte Moderna da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2016, pp. 18-23.
Lamoni, G., “‘Seeing Through’, Migration, Home-making and Friendship in Lourdes Castro’s Work of the 1960s and 1970s”, in Third Text, vol. 29, nº 135-136, 2015, pp. 266 – 286.
Lamoni, G., “Unfolding the present: some notes on Brazilian ´pop´”, in Jessica Morgan, Flavia Frigeri (eds.), The World Goes Pop, exhib. cat., London, Tate Publishing, 2015, pp. 59-71.
Lamoni, G., “cartazes para o museu do homem do nordeste by Jonathas de Andrade”, in Manifesta Journal: Around Curatorial Practices, nº 17, 2014, pp. 70-76.