02 December 2022 | 38 minutes
Jeffrey Young is joined by Elizabeth Neilson, Director of the Zabludowicz Gallery. They discuss the history of the iconic building, the vision of the gallery, the artists both past, present, and future, and the impact and influence of digitisation in art and the world we live in. This brilliant episode explores art, gender, culture, and of course, Camden.
Elizabeth Neilson, Director of the Zabludowicz Gallery
Elizabeth Neilson is a curator based in London with a particular interest and specialism in nurturing emerging artists and their practices. Since 2006 she has been Director of the Zabludowicz Collection. Overseeing the strategy, acquisitions and commissions for one of the world’s most risk taking and ground-breaking contemporary art collections. She is also co-director of Pangaea Sculptors Centre, an organisation that seeks to support nurture and develop artists working with sculpture through mentoring, fabrication, education, commissioning opportunities and public events. She completed an MA in Curating from Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2005 and a BA in Art History and Women’s Studies from The University of East London in 2003.
Photo credit: David Bebber