I was a research assistant for the Henry Moore exhibition held at Tate Britain between February and August 2010. With the help of the Association of Art Historians I was able to spend six weeks working full time with the sculpture conservation department at Tate Britain in the run up to the show.
The following are taken from the catalogue for East Wing Nine – Exhibitionism: The Art of Display, the ninth in an ongoing series of large scale biennial art exhibitions held from January 2010 to July 2011 at The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, London. I co-curated the exhibition, which included over 100 artists and 200 works, and put particular emphasis on a changing list of events, workshops, and short exhibitions held around the institute under the overall auspices of the show.
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