Author and Adjunct Professor, Bocconi University
Guido Guerzoni is a manager, educator and author interested in the history of art markets, collectibles and museum studies.
Since 1996, he has taught at Bocconi University in Milan, where he is adjunct professor of museum Management on the bachelor’s degree program in economics and management in arts, culture, media and entertainment.
Previously, he was a Deborah Loeb Brice fellow at Harvard University’s Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, a visiting professor at the Victoria and Albert Museum and senior research fellow at the University of California at Davis.
Mr. Guerzoni is the author of around 150 academic publications, including “Museums on the Map 1995-2012” (2014) and “Apollo & Vulcan: The Art Markets in Italy, 1400-1700 (2011).