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Stephen Shames  Free Huey Rally in front of the Alameda County Courthouse, Oakland, September 1968. Courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, New York

Stephen Shames, Free Huey Rally in front of the Alameda County Courthouse, Oakland, 1968. Courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, NY

Events - Gallery Tours

Walkthrough: Daniella Rose King


03 Jun 2015

Daniella Rose King is a writer and curator currently based in London. She completed a BA in History of Art at The University of Manchester and an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art in London.  Her research interests are concerned with social aspects of art history, particularly in relation to difficult histories and spaces of resistance. She has previously worked as Assistant Curator in Nottingham Contemporary’s Exhibitions and Public Programmes departments and spent time in Alexandria, Egypt in 2010 where she worked as Programme Curator at MASS Alexandria founded by Egyptian artist Wael Shawky.

King has since founded her own curatorial collective called DAM PROJECTS which aims to bring emerging and little-known artists and debates to the forefront through holding temporary exhibitions and events with an inclusive and anti-elitist approach to contemporary art. She is also Exhibitions Manager at the UK arts organisation Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts).

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6 - 6.45pm

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