Victoria Walsh

Victoria Walsh is Professor of Art History and Curating and Head of Curating Contemporary Art Programme at the Royal College of Art. Before joining the RCA she was Head of Public Programmes at Tate between 2005 and 2011. She has published extensively on curating and commissioning in relation to modern and contemporary art; the impact of digital and networked technology on the art museum; and curatorial, practice-based research methods. Her collaborative research projects include Art Fair Innovations (West Bund Art and Design Fair, Shanghai University, 2019); Cultural Value and the Digital (Tate Research / LSBU, 2014), Transfigurations (PI, MACBA, 2014); and Tate Encounters (Tate Britain / LSBU, 2010) which led to the publication Post Critical Museology (2010). Her collaborative curatorial projects include Parallel of Life and Art (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 2000), Growth and Form (with Elena Crippa, Tate Modern, 2014) and New Brutalist Image (with Claire Zimmerman, Tate Britain, 2015).