Venice Curators' Day Interviews

5 June 2017

A series of interviews with UK-based curators produced in collaboration with Art Fund as part of the Arts Council Collection Curators’ Day at Venice Biennale 2017.

Part 1: Eliza Gluckman, Curator of the New Hall Art Collection in Cambridge, talks about Phyllida Barlow's exhibition for the British Pavilion.

Part 2: Mary Griffiths from Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, talks about James Richards’ installation for Wales in Venice.

Part 3: Harriet Loffler from Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, talks about Rachel Maclean’s exhibition for Scotland + Venice.

Part 4: Phoebe Roberts, Curator of the Artangel Collection, talks about the Diaspora Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale.




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