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Basquiat: Boom for Real is curated by Dr Dieter Buchhart and Eleanor Nairne, Curator, Barbican Art Gallery, and organised in collaboration with the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt.
Texts by Mohsin Hamid and Eleanor Nairne
The volume includes Mohsin Hamid's reflections on an encounter with the artist, as well as an essay by Eleanor Nairne, installation views and illustrations of recent work. Eleanor Nairne is a curator at Barbican Art Gallery, London.
Eleanor Nairne - Curator, Artangel Collection and Public Programmes
Eleanor joined Artangel as Collection Coordinator in February 2011 and was made Curator, Artangel Collection and Public Programmes in January 2014. She gained her MA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2010, while also working as Curatorial Researcher at the Barbican Art Gallery. She curated 'Making A Scene' at Southampton City Art Gallery in 2011 and presented the television series 'Your Paintings' for BBC2 in 2012. A regular reviewer for Frieze, she has also contributed catalogue essays to exhibitions such as Self Portrait at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark and was the editor for the book published to accompany Yael Bartana's trilogy 'And Europe Will Be Stunned' (2012). Eleanor has previously worked for organisations including Whitechapel Art Gallery, New Contemporaries, Frieze Art Fair and Sadie Coles HQ. She is in the office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and can be reached on 020 7713 1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eleanor Nairne - Collection Coordinator
Eleanor joined Artangel as Collection Coordinator in February 2011. She gained her MA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2010, while also working as Curatorial Researcher at the Barbican Art Gallery. She is co-curating an exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery and is an Exhibitions Assistant on 'Watch Me Move', about the history of animation. A contributor to Frieze magazine and This Is Tomorrow and a regular art tour leader for Fox&Squirrel, Eleanor has previously worked on a range of projects including for Garage Center for Contemporary Art, New Contemporaries, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Frieze Art Fair and Sadie Coles HQ. She is in the office from Monday to Wednesday and can be reached on 020 7713 1400 or email@example.com
Eleanor Nairne is the seventh in series of acclaimed writers to be JVA Writer in Residence including Jessica Lack, Colin Perry, Garath Evans, Chris Fite-Wassilak, David Trigg and Louisa Elderton. Jerwood Visual Arts is delighted to announce that the seventh JVA Writer in Residence is a curator and writer Eleanor Nairne. Her recent projects include contributions to Frieze; a catalogue essay and lecture as part of 'Self-Portrait' at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark (2012); editing 'Yael Bartana: The Polish Trilogy' (2012); presenting the television series 'Your Paintings' for BBC2 (2012); and curating 'Making a Scene' at Southampton City Art Gallery (2011). In the past she has worked with Barbican Art Gallery, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Frieze Art Fair and Sadie Coles HQ. She graduated with a distinction from her MA at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2010. Eleanor is the Coordinator of the Artangel Collection at Tate. Eleanor began her four month residency in January 2013 and posted critical responses to the exhibitions, Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards, Tomorrow Never Knows: Ed Atkins and Naheed Raza (16 January - 24 February 2013) and the Jerwood Painting Fellowships (13 March - 28 April 2013) exhibitions. Home | Artist Directory | Writer in Residence | Eleanor Nairne Eleanor Nairne is the seventh JVA Writer in Residence from January - April 2013">Eleanor Nairne