- Capo Market
- Immacolata Concezione
- Palermo's Cathedral
- Ballaro Market
- Santa Caterina
- 4 hours with a Ph.D. or MA level guide
Cetty holds a degree in architecture from the University of Palermo. After her graduation, she moved to the United States where she attended a course in interior design at the New York School of Visual Arts. After many years in Boston and New York, where she worked for several architectural firms, Cetty has returned to Sicily, her native land, and now leads cultural tours in Palermo and beyond. Her walks are infused with her interests in architecture and the history of arts.
A native Palermitan, Enrica is an art historian specialized in contemporary art with a specific interest in Art Brut. She studied at the University of Palermo, and is a Researcher at the Observatory Outsider Art of Palermo. Enrica has developed a great appreciation for spontaneous and naïf art. She has spent a lot of time between Spain, Italy and England working in both the culture and tourism industry. Enrica brings her knowledge and passion for contemporary art to bear when leading itineraries in Palermo and other sites of interests in Sicily.
Valentina is an art historian with a degree in art history from the University of Rome. She worked at the Contemporary Art Programme of The British School in Rome, and has been a regular contributor to the cultural pages of several Italian newspapers. In 2004, following a period of studies in London, Valentina moved to Palermo, where she began working towards the the opening of the RISO Museum, the island’s first contemporary art museum. She currently works as a journalist and art exhibition curator. Needless to say, her knowledge of and passion for the arts permeates the tours she leads in Palermo and beyond.
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