Carmen Juliá

Carmen Juliá

Carmen Juliá is curator at Spike Island Art Centre (Bristol) where she is responsible for the artistic programme including exhibitions, commissions, public programme, artist development and engagement activities. She has recently curated Veronica Ryan’s major solo exhibition Along a Spectrum (2021). Previously, she worked at Tate Britain (2008-16) where she was a key member of the Contemporary British Art team working on acquisitions of contemporary British art for the collection. During her time at Tate, Carmen was curator of numerous collection displays and major commissions including Phyllida Barlow: Dock (2014) and Simon Starling: Phantom Ride (2013).


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