Anna Gritz is Curator for Film & Performance at the South London Gallery (SLG), London where she is currently working on forthcoming projects with artists Juliette Blightman, Michael Smith and Sophie Cundale. She worked previously as the Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London; Assistant Curator at the Hayward Gallery, London; and Programs Director at apexart, New York.
Her writing has been included in Art Monthly; Art Agenda; frieze; frieze d/e; Mousse and Cura, exhibition catalogues and books. Recent curatorial projects include ‘Sand in the Vaseline’, Material Art Fair, Mexico City (2015); ‘My Vocabulary Did This To Me’, SLG (2014); ‘Last Seen Entering the Biltmore’, SLG (2014); ‘Bonnie Camplin: The Military Industrial Complex’, SLG (2014); ‘Modern Draperies’, SLG (2013); ‘Asco: Your art Disgusts me’, SLG (2013); ‘Soundworks’, ICA (2012); ‘Lis Rhodes: Dissonance and Disturbance’, ICA (2012).
Forthcoming projects include a group show co-curated with Paul Clinton about stupidity at Focal Point, Southend-on-Sea, and a group show looking at acting and gender entitled ‘The Making of Husbands’.
Image: Anna Gritz.