Almost everything is kept. But mostly at the very end, assuming you get there

About the speaker

Guido Guerzoni graduated with honors in 1992 in Business Administration at “Luigi Bocconi” University, where in 1996 he obtained his Ph.D in Economic and Social History. For twenty-five years he has been dealing with art economics, management of cultural institutions, museum studies and urban regeneration projects. He has taught since 1996 at “Luigi Bocconi” University, where he is in charge of the course “Museum Management” in the graduate program “Economics and Management in Arts, Culture, Media and Entertainment”. He is Project manager of M9 museum and member of the Board of Polymnia Srl, branches of the Fondazione di Venezia, managing since 2007 the project of M9 museum district in Venice. Deborah Loeb Brice Fellow at The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, winner of full-time research fellowship at the .Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, visiting professor at the Victoria and Albert Museum and Christie’s Education in London and senior research fellow at the University of California at Davis. He published more than hundred academic books and articles, of which 40 international, including his latest titles: Museums on the map 1995-2012, Allemandi 2014 and Apollo & Vulcan, The art markets in Italy from 1400 to 1700, Michigan State UP, 2011. He contributes with RAI, Il Sole24ore, Espresso Group and Il Giornale dell’Arte.

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