Haptic Vision: walkthrough with Wells Fray-Smith | London

28 September 2022 

The event starts at 6 pm


Join us for an exhibition walkthrough of 'Haptic Vision: Rosa Lee & Jo Bruton' led by Whitechapel Gallery curator Wells Fray-Smith.


Fray-Smith will introduce the work of Lee and Bruton, shining a light on their contribution to the UK’s abstract and feminist art of the 1980s & 90s.


Please RSVP to rsvp@richardsaltoun.com to attend.


Wells Fray-Smith is a London-based writer and curator, currently holding the position of Assistant Curator: Special Projects at the Whitechapel Gallery, where she is responsible for The Max Mara Art Prize for Women. Before that, she held curatorial positions at Pace Gallery and the Barbican Art Gallery, as well as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Projects at Whitechapel include The London Open (2022); Emma Talbot: The Age (2022), Nocturnal Creatures (2021); Helen Cammock: Che si puó fare and SenseSound Sound Sense (2019). She was research assistant for Basquiat: Boom For Real at the Barbican Art Gallery (2017) and has contributed catalogue essays on artists Emma Talbot (2022), Secundino Hernández (2022), Daniel Rich (2022), Tess Jaray (2022), Prabhavathi Meppayil (2022) and Fabienne Verdier (2020).