Caroline Cuthbert is an art dealer who was a Director at the Antony D’Offay Gallery and worked for Tate Britain.
She is on the board of the Kenneth Armitage Foundation.
Stephen Feeke is Curator for the New Art Centre, Roche Court, Wiltshire.
Stephen read History of Art at the University of Leeds, before working at the Henry Moore Institute where he was involved in making a diverse programme of exhibitions of ancient, modern and contemporary sculpture. He has lectured regularly for the Museums Association and was on the editorial panel of the Museums Journal. He has written for a wide range of exhibition catalogues and publications, most recently on the sculptors Sir Anthony Caro and Michael Dean.
Stephen is a curatorial advisor to an annual exhibition of new sculpture called Bold Tendencies in Peckham and sits on the Committee for the Chipperfield Bequest.
Leonora Gummer managed ACS from July 2011 until early 2015.
She was previously based at the British Pictures and Old Masters department in Sotheby’s, where she worked for four years with the department management team.
Leonora studied History of Art at St. Andrew’s University, where she specialised in studying 19th Century British art.
Maggi Hambling CBE
Maggi Hambling is a British contemporary painter and sculptor.
She studied at the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing from 1960 under Cedric Morris, then at Ipswich School of Art (1962–4), Camberwell (1964-7), and finally the Slade School of Art, graduating in 1969. In 1995, she was awarded the Jerwood Painting Prize along with Patrick Caulfield. In the same year she was awarded an OBE for her services to painting.
Maggi was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 2010 New Year Honours.
Eileen Cooper is a British contemporary painter and from 2010-2017 served as Keeper of the Royal Academy of Arts, the first woman to be elected to this role since the Academy began in 1768.
After studying at Goldsmiths College and the Royal College of Art, Eileen Cooper went on to become widely known for the strong and passionate figuration in her painting. She has taught at St Martins, Royal College of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. She became a Royal Academician in 2000.
Director of Artistic Programmes at the Royal Academy
Tim Marlow is a writer, broadcaster and art historian. He currently serves at the Director of Artistic Programmes at the Royal Academy of Arts, and is a Trustee of Sadler's Wells Theatre and of the Imperial War Museum.
He previously held the position of Director of Exhibitions at White Cube and Creative Director of Sculpture at Goodwood.
John Martin studied at Camberwell School of Art before going to Edinburgh University to study History of Art.
In 1992 he opened his gallery in Albemarle Street specialising in contemporary and 20th century painting and sculpture which he has continued to run successfully for over twenty years, recently opening a second space in Chelsea in 2014. In 2007 he founded the Middle East’s first contemporary art fair, Art Dubai, for which he was Fair Director for four years until 2010. During this period he initiated the Global Art Forum, the Abraaj Capital Art Prize and Contemparabia, a cultural itinerary aimed at international museum groups, collectors and press. He has been involved in various advisory committees including The Gulf Cultural Council (Doha), the Shubbak Festival and is a director of Brown’s London Art Weekend.
Robert O’Byrne is a writer specialising in the fine and decorative arts
and former Vice-President of the Irish Georgian Society
Art Historian and Curator
Toby Treves, formerly a curator of twentieth century British art at Tate.
He is CEO of the Modern Art Press, Trustee of the Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation and author of the forthcoming Peter Lanyon catalogue raisonne
William Packer is a contemporary artist, and member of the New English Art Club.
He studied at Wimbledon Art School and at Brighton College of Art. Closely involved in the British art world throughout his career, he was principal art critic on the Financial Times from 1974 until 2004. He has exhibited at the Royal Academy, Annely Juda, Angela Flowers, Piers Feetham Gallery, W H Patterson, Cadogan Contemporary and the Mall Galleries.
William is a member of the New English Art Club, Small Paintings Group and the International Association of Art Critics, and honorary member of the Pastel Society and the Royal Society of British Artists.
Pierre is a Partner at Constantine Cannon. He focuses on commercial transactions and dispute resolution involving art, antiques and design; financing transactions secured by works of art; taxation of works of art and intellectual property.
His clients include commercial art galleries, art collectors, auctioneers, museums, cultural charities and foundations, artists. Pierre is a regular contributor to legal journals and a regular speaker at conferences in the UK and abroad. He also lectures on art law at the Sotheby’s Institute, the University of Lyon, London School of Economics and Christie’s Education. He is also a Trustee of the World Monuments Fund in Britain.
Pierre has lived in three countries and speaks four languages.