Hey there! Thanks for stopping by this site featuring all things women artists. If you came to this page via my podcast, Instagram, or one of my talks, then welcome!
I am 26 year-old curator, writer, podcaster, presenter, and art historian based in London, UK, and I run @thegreatwomenartists, an Instagram account that has celebrated women artists on a daily basis since October 2015.
Writing about art in an accessible and fun manner, my goal is to readdress the gender imbalance in the art world by reinserting women of all backgrounds back into the canon of art history.
I have written extensively on women artists, including a written interview with Zadie Smith and Toyin Ojih Odutola, and regularly lecture on the subject for The National Gallery, Courtauld, Tate, Cambridge University, Pallant House Gallery, Christie's, and more; presented numerous films for BBC, Dior, Tate, Royal Academy of Arts, Sotheby's, Hauser & Wirth, National Portrait Gallery, and Barbican; audio for Selfridges, BBC Radio 3 & 4; and have been featured by The Sunday Times, ES Magazine, i-D, among others.
In April 2020 I curated a group exhibition for Timothy Taylor Gallery, and in June–July 2019, I excitingly collaborated with Victoria Miro, organising an exhibition featuring María Berrío, Caroline Walker, and Flora Yukhnovich.
In February 2019 I curated an area of Tate Modern for their February Tate Late, and have curated exhibitions at TJ Boulting, Mother London, and two annual six-week residencies at Palazzo Monti in 2018 and 2019.
For International Women's Day in March 2018 and 2019, I took over Tate's Instagram account, and I work in Special Projects at Victoria Miro.
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