Guy Robertson is a curator and writer based between London and Spoleto. He founded the Mahler & LeWitt Studios with Eva LeWitt in 2015. He was first invited to Spoleto in 2010 for the inaugural session of residencies held by the Anna Mahler Association, whose program he then curated 2012-13. He has developed a thorough knowledge of Spoleto and its region including a network of partners.
He also works for The Estate of Howard Hodgkin, using the artist’s former studio and archive for educational purposes, and developing a writing and curatorial projects. He is co-editor of the forthcoming catalogue raisonné.
In Peckham, London, Guy ran an acclaimed project-space called Son Gallery (2010-2013) – the program concentrated on solo shows with unrepresented artists. He was co-founder of the Copeland Book Market, a platform for independent arts publishing. Recent events had participation from Jeremy Deller and Lawrence Weiner.
Independent curatorial projects include Live: Photography in Action at Les Rencontres díArles 2013 and Tom Barnett: Believing in Time Travel, Girton College, Cambridge 2014, and a number of publishing projects.