Georgina Adam Act Programme

Alessio Antoniolli

Director of Gasworks 


Alessio teaches Module 3: 'how to write better residencies and grants applications." 


Alessio Antoniolli is the Director of Gasworks, London, where he leads a programme of artists’ residencies, exhibitions and participatory projects, working primarily with emerging UK and international artists. Gasworks has provided the first UK exhibition of Song Dong, Lynette Yiadom Boakye, Renata Lucas, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Kudzanai-Violet Hwami Naufus Ramirez Figueroa, amongst other internationally-known contemporary artists.

Alessio is also the Director of Triangle Network, a global network of over 90 artist-run spaces across 41 countries that support artists’ mobility, research and training through exhibitions, residencies, workshops. He has lectured widely and has been on many jury panels, including the Turner Prize 2019.

Alessio is featured on ArtReview's Power 100 list. 

He received his MA in Art History from Birkbeck College, University of London, specialising in internationalism, diversity and cultural policies in the visual arts in the UK.


Triangle Network Partners include: 

32° East, Uganda

Al Mahatta, Palestine

Bag Factory, South Africa

Batroun Projects, Lebanon

Britto, Bangladesh

Capacete, Brazil

Cona, India

G.A.S Foundation, Nigeria

Gasworks, England

Greatmore, South Africa

HANGAR, Portugal

Helena Producciones, Colombia

Insaka, Zambia

Khoj, India

Kiosko, Bolivia

Lugar a Dudas, Colombia

Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute, Kenya

No.1 Shanthi Road, India

Organhaus, China

Partage, Mauritius

PIVÔ, Brazil

Rybon, Iran

Thapong, Botswana

The Cornelius Arts Foundation, France

Theertha, Sri Lanka

Thupelo Workshop, South Africa

Triangle, France

Triangle Arts Association, USA

URRA, Argentina

Vasl, Pakistan