De Biase Alfredo

De Biase Alfredo

Direttore Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Manfredonia e Parco Archeologico di Siponto (Manfredonia)

He is an Architect, Archaeologist curator and museum conservator, specialized in museum restoration. He was a professor of design, technology of construction and art history  in the high schools and the technical institutes. From 1995 at 2000 he was a professor of architecture and urban planning at Fine Arts Academies of Foggia and Brera, in Milan. Since 2000 he works for Minister of Cultural Heritage and Activities as Architect Director and Responsible Coordinator at Superintendence B.A.P. of Ravenna and, from 2002 to 2014, he was Director and Responsible Coordinator at Superintendence of Foggia. From 2015 he’s part of new Museum Pole of Puglia and, until 2017 he was director of Castel del Monte in Andria and National Archaeological Museum of Sinesi Palace in Canosa di Puglia. While he was Director, Castel del Monte placed 26° in the top of 30 most visited museum in Italy increasing visitor from  206.924 to 262.693