Isabel de Vasconcellos
is a curator and cultural producer. She writes on contemporary art, photography and design, and is the author of Fourth Plinth: How London Created the Smallest Sculpture Park in the World. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, London. She is on the arts advisory committee for AIDS Memory UK, the campaign for a London and National UK AIDS Memorial. While Dora House has been closed for renovations, Isabel has been chairing Behind the Studio Doors, a new programme of talks with international members of the Royal Society of Sculptors. Recent exhibitions include The Royal Society of Sculptors Summer Show 2022 at Cromwell Place, London; the Aldeburgh Festival Exhibition, Remains To Be Seen: Paul Benney, Laurence Edwards and Kiki Smith; and Tideline at Messums Wiltshire, a group show featuring artists working with climate change and the marine environment.