Gallery Girl is FOUR today! I started the blog just before enrolling into university as a place to document the exhibitions that I was going to. Who would have believed that four years later I would have completed two degrees as well as the blog, which has now seen me invited to exhibitions all over the world, have articles published in the UK and abroad and also the curation of my very first exhibition.

You may have notice that this summer has been a little slow on the blog update front. However, as an apology (please blame my masters dissertation) and also a celebration of four years of blogging, below are links to my personal favourite articles over the past four years:

1. Why You Should Study Art History and What You Can Do With It

2. Yayoi Kusama @ Victoria Miro

3. Balenciaga & Comme Des Garcons @ Les Docks en Seine, Paris

4. Gallery Girl presents Hidden Visions

As an added bonus, have the very first post on the blog: Twombly & Poussin @ Dulwich

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Lizzy Vartanian Collier aka Gallery Girl is a writer and curator based in London. Her work has been featured in publications including Dazed, Hyperallergic and Vogue Arabia. She was curator of Perpetual Movement during AWAN Festival 2018 and in 2019 had a residency at the Lab at Darat Al Funun in Amman, Jordan. She has also worked with Armenia Art Fair for its inaugural edition and previously worked as an editor at I.B.Tauris Publishers. In 2019 she co-founded Arsheef, Yemen’s first contemporary art gallery. She has given workshops at Manara Culture in Amman, Jordan and Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK. As of 2020 she is currently in law school, with the ambition of greater understanding the intersection between art and the law.

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