Ben Street has worked as a lecturer and educator for all ages at the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum, New York, the Hayward Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, Tates Modern and Britain, Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Courtauld Gallery and the National Gallery, where he has been working with schools, families and adult groups for the last six years. He was a teacher of Art History at Westminster School from 2007-11.
Ben is a freelance writer on contemporary art and culture, writing for Art Review magazine, Saatchi Online, Art21, Ars magazine, and Triple Canopy, and has curated exhibitions of contemporary art at Josh Lilley Gallery and Intervention Gallery (both London). He is the co-director of Sluice Art Fair, a platform for non-profit and artist-run projects from the UK and abroad. Ben has had catalogue essays published for the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Collectorspace, Istanbul, and commercial galleries in Antwerp, Dublin, Belfast, New York and Vienna. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA in History of Art and English Literature in 2001.
Follow Ben’s writing, curatorial and educational projects on his website: www.benstreet.co.uk