Serena De Dominicis is an art historian and independent art critic. In 2016 she received a PhD in art history jointly from Toulouse Jean Jaurès University and the University of Rome Tor Vergata. Her thesis examines the relationship between contemporary art and Degrowth theories. In seminars and conferences, she presented her research on women’s issues during the interwar period, specifically during the 1930s, and on growth and Degrowth concepts in the art of the 21st century. She was an editor of the magazine Arte e Critica (2002–2010). Currently she is collaborating with Centro Studi Mafai Raphaël in Rome. She has published several articles on Antonietta Raphaël Mafai, contributed to her catalogues, and is the author of a monograph on her art.