Curator’s view by Sacha Craddock




In this Saturday talk join independent curator Sacha Craddock, as she discusses ideas and key works within our current exhibition Abstract Drawing.

Sacha Craddock is a freelance critic and curator. Former Director of Programme at Max Wigram Gallery (2011- 2012) and Co-Founder and Curator of Bloomberg Space (2002- 2011), she is active Chair of the Board of New Contemporaries (from 1996) in conjunction with Chair of the selection process (from 1997). She is a Chair of Braziers International Workshop, Co-Founder of Artschool Palestine, Public Art Advisor for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Member of the Curatorial Board of Fondazione MACC, Sardinia, Member of Council Abbey Awards for British School at Rome as well as Founder of Fellowship in Contemporary Art at British School at Rome. Craddock works as a post-graduate tutor at the Royal College of Art. After studying painting at Central Saint Martins followed by Chelsea School of Art, she started writing criticism for The Guardian and subsequently The Times. She has curated an extensive range of exhibitions, including a six-year programme of contemporary art for Sadlers Wells. Recent essay subjects include Angus Fairhurst, Richard Billingham, Edgar Davids, Mustafa Hulusi, Heri Dono, Rosa Lee, Art and Youth for Turner Contemporary and London in the 1970s.

Free, all welcome.