Victoria Walsh

Professor Victoria Walsh is Head of the Curating Contemporary Art Programme at the Royal College of Art, London. She is currently Director of the RCA’s major research project into ‘Curatorial and Artistic Research’ as part of the EU-funded Museums in an Age of Migrations programme, working with five partner projects including the artists Kader Attia, Camille Henrot, Lawrence Abu-Hamdan, and Leo Asemota and MACBA, Bétonsalon, Stedelijk Museum, and Whitechapel Gallery, She was Director of the Tate / AHRC funded project ‘Cultural Value and the Digital: Practice, Policy and Theory’, Co-investigator of ‘Tate Encounters: Britishness and Visual Culture’, and is Co-investigator of ‘the Tate research project ‘Art School Educated: Curriculum Change in UK Art Schools 1960 to present’. She recently led the reconstruction of Richard Hamilton’s 1951 exhibition ‘Growth and Form’ for the Tate / Museo Reina Sofia retrospective and her latest exhibition-display ‘New Brutalist Image 1949-55’ at Tate Britain.