Currently president of the Luciana Matalon Foundation, he is the founder of Milarte, an art gallery in the heart of Brera in Milan. Over the years he has organized several exhibitions of painting, sculpture, photography and various cultural events
(with a strong fondness for Japanese culture), as well as concerts and theater performances.
From an early age he devoted himself to painting and sculpture and he writes poems,
but his greatest passion is photography.
Roberto Borghi (Como 1972) is a curator of contemporary art exhibitions and a cultural journalist. His journalistic activity focuses on contemporary art and theater and on the cultural industry in Italy. As a curator and author of texts for catalogs and collections of essays, he mainly investigated the abstract avant-gardes of the early twentieth century and their influence on the art of the second half of the century. He collected his writings on this subject in the volume The symbol is not neutral published in 2014 by Edizioni Lorenzelli, a publishing house born from the reference gallery of abstract painting in Italy, Lorenzelli Arte.
He also studied the relationship between art and nature on the one hand, and art and writing on the other, in the Italian art scene of the second half of the twentieth century.