The Mahler and LeWitt Studios is established around the former studios of Anna Mahler and Sol LeWitt in Spoleto, Italy. The residency program provides a focussed and stimulating environment for artists, curators and writers
to develop new ways of working in dialogue with peers and the unique cultural heritage of the region.
The Torre Bonomo, a medieval tower once used as a residency and exhibition space by the gallerist Marilena Bonomo, is also central to the program. In the early 1970s, LeWitt was the Torre’s first resident: using it as a studio he made a seminal group of wall drawings which continue to offer a unique insight into his production.
Our program has its roots in the Anna Mahler Association residencies which began in 2010.
To learn about Open Call opportunities please join our mailing list. Separate to these open calls, the program is curated with the intention of carefully suiting individuals to the unique environment and resources we can offer. We do accept proposals and will reply to each personally: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
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Who we are…
Hon. President: Marina Mahler
Hon. Artistic Advisor: David Gothard
Director: Eva LeWitt
Director & Curator: Guy Robertson (biog.)
Assistant Curator: Tommaso Faraci
Torre Bonomo, Valentina Bonomo
Yale University Art Gallery, Jock Reynolds
Charina Endowment Fund
Chelsea Arts Club Trust, Barry Flanagan Curatorial Award
Karen Bechtel and Will Osborne
Doran Family Foundation
Goldstone Family Foundation
Jill and Peter Kraus
Richard and Ronay Menschel
The Marignoli di Montecorona Foundation
The LeWitt Collection
Clifford Ross and Nicolette Donen
Matthew Stephenson Fine Art Consultancy
Claudia DeMonte and Ed McGowan
Gabriella De Ferrari
Bréon George Rydell
Steven Henry & Philip Shneidman
Bree Jeppson and James Bassett
Sue Sbrolla and Edward Alger Jr
We are grateful to all the individuals and organisations who have supported the program, including the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation, The Danish Arts Council, Hannah Barry Gallery, Union Pacific, The Sunday Painter.
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