Matilde Guidelli-Guidi

Matilde Guidelli-Guidi is Assistant Curator at Dia Art Foundation and a PhD candidate in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, where she advises master’s degree students. Titled “Archipelagos of Knowledge: Le Corbusier’s Museums, 1919–1965,” her dissertation takes Le Corbusier’s lifelong commitment to reimagining the modern museum as an entry point through which to analyze discourses and practices of museum architecture in France, from the aftermath of World War I through the decades of decolonization up until 1965. At Dia, Matilde is preparing exhibitions of the work of Mario Merz, Jill Magid, Meg Webster, and Luciano Fabro, among other projects. She was the recipient of two Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellowships and a 2015–16 Fellow at CIMA, where she researched the work of Giorgio Morandi.