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Lizzie Glendinning



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Lizzie Glendinning is the co-founder and Director of Brocket London and Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.

As a Curator and Art Dealer, Lizzie established Brocket Londonin 2014 to provide an arena for the critical discussion and exploration of contemporary art. Brocket represents a new generation of committed, contemporary artists with a particular focus on connecting and balancing techniques, traditions and materials that tell an authentic story for the 21st Century. From the 2-floor project space in Kennington, London,Lizzie coordinates an ongoing curatorial programme of contemporary art exhibitions, installations, fairs and events, for a select portfolio of early to mid-career artists.

In 2016 she launched Woolwich Contemporary Print Fairwith her husband, artist, Jack Bullen, as an extension of Brocket’s curatorial projects, which has since gone on to become its own separate company. As London’s largest fair dedicated to contemporary printmaking, WCPF has attracted some of the worlds leading artists such as Chris Ofili, Tracey Emin and Frank Auerbach. Woolwich Contemporary Print Fairwas recently cited at the 7thFuture Cities Forum at RIBA as one of the most important examples of visual arts regeneration in the UK and was listed in Time Out’s Top 10 London Art Fairs.

Lizzie recently launched a gallery interiors service, ‘Living With Art: Curating Contemporary Artworks in the Home’, and uses her own house as a showroom, while working with clients’ current collections, advising on new pieces, colour palettes or furnishings, and giving them the ability to make aesthetic decisions and confidently talk about their collections.

Graduating from Goldsmith’s College in the History of Art, Lizzie completed a short course in Curating Contemporary Art Exhibitions at Chelsea, before going on to gain a distinction in MA Fashion Curation from London College of Fashion.

She has worked in contemporary and historic fine art through both public and private sector institutions such as Exhibitions manager at Freud Museum London. After time spent at contemporary London art galleries and an auction house, Lizzie took on the role managing a luxury Asian Art gallery in Mayfair for a number of years, working closely with, and learning huge amounts from the French family who owned the private dealership, before leaving to set up her own company.

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