Lisa Le Feuvre is a curator, writer, editor, and public speaker. She has curated more than 60 exhibitions, edited over 30 books and journals, spoken at 150 museums and universities, and published more than 125 essays and interviews with artists.


Le Feuvre is inaugural Executive Director of Holt/Smithson Foundation, the artist-endowed foundation dedicated to the creative legacies of Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico the Foundation has been active since 2018n and works in partnership to develop research, exhibitions, publications, public programs, collections, and artist commissions globally from its headquarters in New Mexico.

Previously based in UK, until 2017 Le Feuvre directed the Henry Moore Institute, a center for the study of sculpture where she led a program of research, fellowships, publications, exhibitions. She has worked across London arts institutions, including the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Tate Britain, Serpentine Gallery, and The Photographers’ Gallery; within academia she has a continuous presence as a guest teacher and examiner within the university sector, taught on the graduate Curatorial Program at Goldsmiths College, and was Course Director of the graduate program in Arts Policy & Management at Birkbeck College.
She has sat on many juries and advisory committees, including the Turner Prize, Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, British representation at the Venice Biennale, Max Mara Prize for Women, and co-curated the quinquennial British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet. She is Curatorial Advisor to the 2024 exhibition The Warehouse, Dallas exploring legacies of international conceptual art.