A Woman’s Place project is curated by Lucy Day and Eliza Gluckman (Day+Gluckman), feminist curators, who bring an ideology of inclusiveness, collective modes of research and an overt stance to support the work of women artists.
Day+Gluckman have a reputation for working with artists with a rigorous approach to practice and context. Our aim is to develop long-term relationships with artists and seek and initiate opportunities to exhibit, explore, curate and commission. To never compromise the integrity of the artist and to negotiate clear and honest dialogues around the work we champion.
Since the beginning of their collaborative practice in 2006 Day+Gluckman have worked with a variety of organisations and spaces including Collyer Bristow LLP, V&A, National Trust, Trust New Art, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth Arts Centre, Newlyn Art Gallery, Bexley Heritage Trust and the Canal and Rivers Trust.