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Amrita Dhallu


Amrita Dhallu is a curator and researcher based in London. She provides support structures for emerging British artists through commissioning, editorial projects, creating artistic networks, and intergenerational learning spaces. She is always thinking about diasporic feminist practice and the ways in which it reveals the systems of compliance and complicity within the British cultural institutional space. To counter this and encourage more balance in her life, she is becoming an amateur birdwatcher and fungi enthusiast.

Amrita holds the post of Assistant Curator, International Art at Tate Modern, London, where she co-curated Lubaina Himid’s monographic exhibition (2021-2) and worked on projects such as Rasheed Araeen’s Zero to Infinity (2023) and Hilma af Klint and Piet Mondrian: Forms of Life (2023). She has previously held curatorial roles at the Bluecoat, Chisenhale Gallery, iniva, and Barbican Art Gallery.

She is on the board of a-n and Art Night and was also the lead artist of Camden Art Centre’s 2018-19 PEER FORUM. Along with Priya Jay, she was the co-editor of Floating Margins, the first publication to emerge from STUART, the communal design and publishing platform established by Rose Nordin.

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