Director Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
Fiona Bradley has an MA in art history from Cambridge University and an MA and PhD from the Courtauld Institute London. She started her curatorial career at Tate Liverpool and the Hayward Gallery, London, and has been Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh since 2003. She has curated exhibitions and produced publications with numerous important Scottish and international artists. In 2011 she commissioned Martin Creed's award-winning Work 1059, and was the curator for Scotland’s contribution to the Venice Biennale with an exhibition of the work of Karla Black. She has been a member of differents juries such as the Turner Prize and the Paul Hamlyn Award in 2007. She currently sits on the Imperial War Museum’s Contemporary Commissioning Committee, the Freelands Foundation Advisory Committee, and is a member of the Selection Committee for the British Pavilion for the 2019 Venice Biennale. She was awarded an OBE for services to the arts in 2018.
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