— Adrian George

Panels and Trusteeships

In 2024 Adrian was part of the selection committee for the 2024 Grant for Artists Management Exhibition: DIALOGUE: I am because We are, hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Korea.

In 2022 Adrian was a selector for the Platform Curatorial Awards for Emerging Curators, with Ute Meta Bauer, Founding Director NTU CCA, Singapore and Kathleen Ditzig, Curator, National Gallery Singapore.

In 2021 Adrian was invited to join the Academic Panel of the Ocean Flower Museum, Hainan, China, selecting artists to participate in the inaugural exhibition Tides of the Century.

Adrian was a trustee of the Bomb Factory Art Foundation, London until moving to Singapore in 2017.  At which time he was invited to continue in the role of Advisor to the Board.


In 2017 Adrian was part of a peer-led collection review of the University of Salford Art Collection


From 2002-2006 Adrian held a trustee role with Merseyside Dance Initiative, one of the UK’s leading strategic dance organisations, supporting artists and venues in making and presenting great dance. As a result of ACE Funding cuts the company closed in 2023: https://www.wearetogether.uk/

In 2016 Adrian became a National Advisor to the Arts Council of Wales and a selector for the Wales in Venice Pavilion for the Venice Biennale 2017 and 2019.


In 2017, with co-judges Rebecca Morrill (Senior Editor at Phaidon) and Fabienne Nicholas (Head of Consultancy at the Contemporary Art Society), Adrian awarded the De’Longhi Art Projects Artist Prize to Hannah Farrell (represented by PAPER).

In 2016 Adrian was once again invited to be a judge on the London Art Fair prize, alongside: Dea Vanagan, JJ Charlesworth and Rebecca Morrill, this time awarding the prize to Joachim Coucke (represented by NEST).

In 2015 Adrian was invited to be a judge on the inaugural Art Projects Artists Award at the London Art Fair, sponsored by Sotheby’s Institute of Art with other judges: Dr David Bellingham, Coline Milliard and Stuart Evans.  Awarding the prize to Jeremy Hutchinson (represented by Division of Labour).


Between 2004 and 2017 Adrian was involved in acquiring (through commission or purchase) works of art for the UK Government Art Collection.  His selections and recommendations led to the acquisition of work by the following artists that now form part of the national collection:

Mark Titchner; Alexander de Cunha; Charlie England; Simon Faithfull; Michael Petry; Sunnifa Hope; Matthew Usmar Lauder; Tanya Axford; Hew Locke; John Latham; Gary Webb; Liliane Lijn; Dan Perfect; Bedwyr Williams; Sinta Tantra; Tom Hunter; Rut Blees Luxemburg; The Boyle Family; Michael Stubbs; Seung Pyo Hong; Mel Brimfield; Ian and Jane Pollard and Jamie Lau amongst many others.

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