Anne Barlow


Anne Barlow is the Executive Director of Art in General. Prior to her current position, Anne Barlow was for seven years the Curator of Education and Media Programs at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, where she organized artists' presentations, performances, and critical debates relating to contemporary art and new media. Her projects included New Museum exhibitions Killer Instinct (cocurated with Rachel Greene); Videodrome II; Trust Me; and installations by Lansing/Dreiden, Angie Eng, and lab[au]. Independent projects included Copy It, Steal It, Share It, (in collaboration with Michele Thursz), Borusan Art Gallery, Istanbul. Formerly Curator of Contemporary Art and Design at Glasgow Museums, Anne Barlow has organized numerous artists' residencies, exhibitions, and new media projects, and selected work for public collections and commissions in the U.K. Since 1990, she has participated in television and radio programs on contemporary art, and published with organizations including the Tate Gallery Liverpool, Henry Moore Foundation, and the Edith Russ House for Media Art, Oldenburg, Germany. Anne Barlow has lectured at institutions including the Tate Gallery, Pratt Institute, NYU, and CalArts.