Phoebe V. Bradford is a London-based curator who has a background in art history. She studied History at Queen Mary University of London and has gone on to complete a Masters in Curating Contemporary Art at Whitechapel Gallery and London Metropolitan University. Having worked as a gallery assistant and assistant curator for several public and commercial galleries in London, Phoebe has valuable experience in curating exhibitions within a professional environment. She is a creative, outgoing individual who has a passion for contemporary art and art theory. She also has a keen interest in art writing and criticism.
Natalie Craven studied Fine Art in Plymouth before shifting her focus toward curating. She has curated exhibitions and events in Plymouth and London, most recently at Jerwood Space, The Bank Gallery and London Met Library. In 2013 Natalie worked as a Steward in the British Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale and at Whitechapel Gallery as a therapist for Pedro Reyes’ Sanatorium. Natalie is also Arts Officer at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, managing their art collection and coordinating the commissioning of new work. Natalie’s curatorial interest lies mostly within installation art with particular focus on research and interdisciplinary projects.
Abigail Shamah, BA (hons) Fine Art Bournemouth Arts University graduate is now completing her MA in Curating at Whitechapel Gallery in association with London Metropolitan University. Previously working with artists such as print-maker Leigh Clarke and video performance artist David Blandy, Abigail is interested in blurring the lines between art and life. Previously working on exhibitions Is It Just Me at Arts Sway, Misuse: Creating Alternatives at the Bank Gallery and Instant Exposure at Richmix, Abigail is excited to work on another exhibiting opportunity and contribute to its blog.