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Eliza Gluckman

Eliza Gluckman has been Director of the Government Art Collection since January 2022. She was Deputy Director and Senior Curator from 2018 overseeing a new direction in public engagement through collaborations and initiating inclusive collecting through Art X-UK. She also conceived the Representation of the People Project, a ten-year commitment to assessing and addressing representation in the Collection. Previously she was Curator of the New Hall Art Collection (now The Women's Art Collection) at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, the largest collection of works by women in Europe, and programmed a central London gallery as part of an independent curatorial partnership, Day+Gluckman, for over a decade. She is a trustee for Block 336, an artist-run space in Brixton, South London and on the curatorial steering group for Intoart, a studio that works inclusively with adults with learning difficulties. 

It's been a real privilege to take time with the other selectors and look at artworks from across the UK. I am really looking forward to seeing the exhibition come together and see the breadth and diversity of talent.

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