Tim Marlow

The Fine Art Curator and his Selected Talent




I've been inspired by the vitality, range and ambition of what has been submitted to Noise in 2014. There's something rather humbling about the commitment and engagement shown by so many of the artists who submitted their work.


“I WANT TO FEEL THAT PEOPLE OR PERSON WHO HAS MADE THIS WORK OF ART HAS MADE IT OUT OF SOME KIND OF NECESSITY.”
 -Tim Marlow on what he’s looking for from your NOISE Festival submissions.  

Originally from Chesterfield, Tim Marlow was the Director of Exhibitions at White Cube since 2003 and is a Sony award-winning radio and television broadcaster. Now appointed Director of Artistic Programmes at Royal Academy, he has worked with some of the most influential artists of our time, such as Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Chuck Close, Anselm Kiefer and Doris Salcedo.

Also the founder of Tate magazine, Tim credits the Tate Gallery staff for mentoring him in his breakthrough into the media. He has written for numerous publications including The Times, The Guardian and The Independent on Sunday. He has also published nine books and has presented over one hundred documentaries on British television, his current series “The Art of the Portrait” is broadcast on Sky Arts. 

Tim marlow's EXCLUSIVE noise festival 2014 webinar

See the participants here.