Roma Piotrowska

Roma Piotrowska is an art historian, curator, art critic and art gallery worker based in Birmingham, UK. She completed a Master’s Degree in Art History at Gdansk University and MA Contemporary Curatorial Practice at BCU, Birmingham. Piotrowska has worked with art galleries in UK, Poland and China for last seven years. She currently works as a Curatorial Assistant at the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts, Birmingham. Her research interests focus around archives, memory, identity, politics and economy in relation to art. Examples of her curatorial practice include: Post-Industrial Revolution (2011), LM, Birmingham and ISW, Gdansk; bARTer (2010), Pavilions, Birmingham; Made in Shipyard(2010), VIVID, Birmingham; Interchange (2008), Car Park Gallery, Liverpool; Supermarket (2008), Enskilda Galleriet, Stockholm; The Repair Department (2008), ISW, Gdansk; PL ART (2007), Old Brewery, London; and Jeanne Susplugas: Side Effects (2007), ISW, Gdansk. Piotrowska has authored several articles concerning art practice in magazines and exhibition catalogues.  (Updated 2012)