Assistant Curator, Tate
Carly Whitefield is Assistant Curator, International Art (Film) at Tate Modern. She is co-curator of the current Dóra Maurer exhibition, Anicka Yi’s upcoming 2021 Commission for Turbine Hall, as well as the Tate Film programme. She has curated installations, performances and displays by Nástio Mosquito (2020), Tamara Henderson (2019), Pan Daijing (2019), Nkisi (2019), Tony Cokes (2019), Michael Snow (2019), Lawrence Abu Hamdan (2018), Cauleen Smith (2018), Aldo Tambellini (2018), William Kentridge (2018), CAMP (2017) and Tony Conrad (2017), among others. She currently works with Tate’s North American Acquisitions Committee.
Whitefield has written for a number of catalogues, including Turner Prize 2018 and Dóra Maurer (2019). She holds a Master of Research in Art: Moving Image, from Central Saint Martins, and has lectured at The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design; the Royal College of Art; Central Saint Martins; and the University of Reading.