curator and writer on architecture, design and fashion; associate director, London School of Architecture
Vicky is a curator, writer and associate director of London School of Architecture. She started her career as an architectural journalist and was editor of Blueprint from 2004 to 2010. She then became director of architecture, design and fashion at the British Council, and was responsible for commissioning the British Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale. Her work took her all over the world, organising and curating exhibitions, installations and residencies.
Vicky writes about a broad range of design subjects for publications including the Evening Standard and Icon. She is member of the advisory panel of the V&A Dundee Museum of Design and was a member of the London Mayor’s Cultural Strategy Group.
Recently Vicky completed an MA in Early Modern History at King’s College London, where she focused on eighteenth century political pamphlets. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Westminster and is an honorary fellow of the RIBA.
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Saturday 28 October, 12:00 Garden Room
Should fashion statements be political statements?
Saturday 28 October, 13:10 Frobisher 4-6
Constructivism: art, architecture and social change