— Adrian George

Adrian began curating exhibitions during his Fine Art degree and found the curatorial process an enjoyable challenge that also allowed him to employ his natural organisational, management and leadership skills. Graduating with a first class degree Adrian chose to complete his studies with a Masters in Visual Arts Administration, Curating and Commissioning at the Royal College of Art, London led by Teresa Gleadowe.

A list of selected exhibitions and projects follows:


ArtScience Museum exhibitions:

Since 2017 Adrian has led the Exhibitions team at ArtScience Museum, Singapore overseeing all exhibition projects from that time – an archive of projects can be found here:



As well as overseeing every exhibition project and leading a team of curators he has been specifically involved as curator or co-curator on the following projects:

New Eden: Science Fiction Mythologies Transformed (co-curator)
21 Oct 2023 – 3 Mar 2024



Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound. (curator)
28 Aug 2021 – 2 Jan 2022



2219: Futures Imagined (co-curator)
23 Nov 2019 – 5 April 2020



Floating Utopias (co-curator)
25 May – 29 Sept 2019



Minimalism: Space. Light. Object (ArtScience Museum curator)
16 Nov 2018 – 14 April 2019


Previous independent projects:

wang jian : nothingness was not
PIFO Gallery, Beijing 15 Oct – 18 Dec 2016

Exorcism: Curating Each Other
Connecting Space, Hong Kong 2016


Government Art Collection projects:

Revealed: Government Art Collection
Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery 17 November 2012 — 24 February 2013
Ulster Museum, Belfast 15 march — 9 June 2013

Government Art Collection: Commissions Now and Then
Whitechapel Gallery, London 21 June — 2 Sept 2012

This included commissioning a new work of art by artist Mel Brimfield and an interactive presentation of Government Art Collections commissions from 1949 to 2012.

Government Art Collection: 12 from No10 selected by staff from No10 Downing Street
Whitechapel Gallery, London 9 March — 10 June 2012

The background to the 12 from No10 exhibition project
Video documentary by Jared Schiller. Courtesy UK Government Art Collection

Government Art Collection: Travelling Light selected by Prof Simon Schama
Whitechapel Gallery, London 16 Dec Sept 2011 — 26 Feb 2012

Government Art Collection: Richard of York Gave Battle In Vain selected by artist Cornelia Parker
Whitechapel Gallery, London 16 Sept — 4 Dec 2011

Government Art Collection: At Work
Whitechapel Gallery, London 3 June — 4 Sept 2011

Tate Liverpool

Liverpool Biennial International 2004 and 2002

Weeping Woman in Focus (display)
Michel Majerus: The LA Paintings
Art, Lies and Videotape: Exposing Performance
Thomas Ruff: 1979 to the Present (with Dr. Christoph Grunenberg)
Rebecca Horn (display)
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller
Rut Blees Luxemburg: Phantom

Tate Modern

Live Culture (initial development)
Bankside Browser
Mark Dion: Tate Thames Dig 
Jean Vigo: A Propos de Nice (display)
Barnett Newman (with Dr Jeremy Lewison)
Gina Pane (display)
Surrealism: Desire Unbound (with Dr Jennifer Mundy)
Juan Munoz: Unilever Turbine Hall Commission, 2001 (with Susan May)
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis
(with Donna De Salvo, Dr Reiko Tomii and Paulo Venanncio Filho)
Performing Bodies (with Helena Blaker)

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