Artist/Curator/ Tim Marlow

London, United Kingdom

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Tim Marlow

WRITER / BROADCASTER / GALLERY DIRECTOR

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“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 has been Director of Exhibitions at White Cube since 2003. Over the last decade, he has worked with some of the most important and influential artists of our time including Chuck Close, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Anselm Kiefer and Doris Salcedo. He is also an award-winning radio and television broadcaster. He has presented over 100 documentaries on British Television, including Tim Marlow on… and his current series, The Art of the Portrait which is broadcast on Sky Arts. Tim was the founder editor of Tate magazine and is the author of numerous books and catalogues. He has lectured on art and culture in more than forty countries.

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Lecturer

Tim has lectured in many different countries and is currently a visiting lecturer at the Wincester School of Art. 

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BBC Radio 4's arts programme 'Kaleidoscope'

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Sony Award

Tim Marlow presented BBC Radio 4's arts programme 'Kaleidoscope' from 1991 to 1998, winning a Sony Award for his work. 

 

 

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Broadcaster

Marlow has presented numerous art programmes on UK television including studies of J.M.W Turner, John Constable, and the Tate Modern. Marlow has a regular feature on Channel Five called 'Marlow on Style', where he explores current art exhibitions. Tim has also worked in radio, broadcasting for the likes of BBC. 

 

 

 

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Writer / Publisher

In 1993, Tim Marlow founded 'Tate: The Art Magazine'. He has also published nine books including: The Great Artists: From Gritto to Turner, Grenville Davey, Schiele. Tim has written for numerous esteemed publications including The Times, The Guardian, and The Independent on Sunday. 

 

 

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Published nine books.

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Presented over one hundred documentaries on British television.

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Tim credits the Tate Gallery staff for mentoring him in his breakthrough into the media.

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