Collyer Bristow Gallery appoints Rosalind Davis

10 Oct 2016

Collyer Bristow Gallery is delighted to announce the appointment of Rosalind Davis as permanent Curator. Her first exhibition at the Gallery: Complicity. Artifice and Illusion was a huge success and was reviewed by Art Top 10; "Cracking Show. Superb artists. Brilliantly curated." Telling Tales, which opens with a private view on 13 October, is the first exhibition as part of her new role. Davis is 'thrilled and honoured' to have been selected for the role and looks forward to programming our dynamic and critical exhibition programme.

Speaking of the appointment, Sarah Culshaw, partner and head of the Collyer Bristow Gallery Committee, said “We are thrilled about Rosalind’s appointment. Complicity was a brilliant show and Telling Tales is set to be even more exciting.”

Rosalind Davis is an artist-curator and a graduate of The Royal College of Art (2005) and Chelsea College of Art (2003). Davis' previous curatorial projects have been at Standpoint Gallery, Geddes Gallery and with ZAP at Bond House Gallery (ASC). Davis has previously co-directed and developed two innovative artists’ educational, membership and exhibition arts organizations; Zeitgeist Arts Projects (ZAP 2012-15) and Core Gallery (2009-11) based in London.

Davis lectures at universities, galleries and arts organisations across the country including the Royal College of Art, ICA, Camden Arts Centre, University of the Arts and ArtQuest and contributed to BBC4’s Film ‘Tales of Winter. The Art of Snow and Ice’. She is also an Ambassador and curatorial mentor for UK Young Artists and a Published writer for a variety of publications. ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’ is her first book, co-written with Annabel Tilley, commissioned by Octopus Books, which will be launched at Collyer Bristow Gallery on 15 November 6-8pm.

Collyer Bristow Gallery is delighted to announce the appointment Rosalind Davis permanent Curator. Her first exhibition at the Gallery: Complicity. Artifice and Illusion was a huge success and was reviewed by Art Top 10; ‘Cracking Show. Superb artists. Brilliantly curated.’  Telling Tales, which opens with a private view on 13 October, is the first exhibition as part of her new role. Davis is 'thrilled and honoured' to have been selected for the role and looks forward to programming our dynamic and critical exhibition programme.

Speaking of the appointment, Sarah Culshaw, partner and head of the Collyer Bristow Gallery Committee, said “We are thrilled about Rosalind’s appointment. Complicity was a brilliant show and Telling Tales is set to be even more exciting.”

Rosalind Davis is an artist-curator and a graduate of The Royal College of Art (2005) and Chelsea College of Art (2003). Davis' previous curatorial projects have been at Standpoint Gallery, Geddes Gallery and with ZAP at Bond House Gallery (ASC). Davis has previously co-directed and developed two innovative artists’ educational, membership and exhibition arts organizations; Zeitgeist Arts Projects (ZAP 2012-15) and Core Gallery (2009-11) based in London.

Davis lectures at universities, galleries and arts organisations across the country including the Royal College of Art, ICA, Camden Arts Centre, University of the Arts and ArtQuest and contributed to BBC4’s Film ‘Tales of Winter. The Art of Snow and Ice’. She is also an Ambassador and curatorial mentor for UK Young Artists and a Published writer for a variety of publications. ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’ is her first book, co-written with Annabel Tilley, commissioned by Octopus Books, which will be launched at Collyer Bristow Gallery on 15 November 6-8pm.