Grace Adam

Grace Adam has a Masters in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Arts, where she was then Fellow and has a PGCert from the University of the Arts, London. She has exhibited widely and her recent exhibitions/public installations include Out of the Woods; Words to Navigate By, Colour Navigations, part of London Design Festival 2017, Views & Vistas, Modes of Remembrance: The Act & Art of Remembering.  

 

She teaches History and Theory and Studio Practice up to post graduate level across the Interior and Spatial Design Programme at Chelsea College of Arts. She also teaches at Tate, National Portrait Gallery and The Royal Academy of Arts.

 

Grace Adam is co-founder and presenter on The Art Channel, which reviews contemporary exhibitions, including Gursky at the Haywood, Duchamp at the RA and Agnes Martin at Tate Modern.