A few weeks ago, some third year students of the European Linguistic High School (Liceo Linguistico Europeo) had the great opportunity to interview Mr Daniel Ralston, the CEEH (Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica) Curatorial Fellow at the National Gallery in London.
The interview, curated by Edoardo David Villas and Camillo Hans Cernetti, with the support of Chiara Tonon, Greta Ruffoni and Giulia Berizzi, can be heard in its entirety in the school podcast on Spotify at the following link:
However, we decided to include some curiosities in our blog.
Here you have a few clips of the interview!
Mr Ralston introduces himself and talks about his current job at the National Gallery:
Mr Ralston briefly explains the story of the National Gallery:
Mr Ralston tells Camillo an interesting fact about the Museum and its collection:
Mr Ralston talks about art forgery:
Mr Ralston talks about his career: