The Corcoran Curator of Italian 16th-Century Paintings

The Corcoran Curator of Italian 16th-Century Paintings, in collaboration with other relevant Collection Curators, oversees the care and growth of the Gallery’s Renaissance collection. They are specifically responsible for the care and display of the Gallery’s Italian 16th-century pictures and for overseeing the conception and production of associated scholarly research, publications, and interpretation.

This role takes the lead for seeking and recommending relevant new acquisitions and loans, and for in-house exhibitions, collection displays and gallery refurbishment projects. The curator will participate in the Gallery’s ‘NG200’ programme for its bicentenary in 2024, including ‘The Main Event’ (see Introduction in the information pack). You will provide leadership and pastoral care to the curatorial team, helping to deliver an innovative, scholarly, and collaborative curatorial vision. Furthermore, you will assist the Head of Department with staffing, strategy, planning, and budgets to ensure an effective and efficient curatorial role central to the National Gallery, supporting the achievement of key institutional objectives.

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