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Rose Davey

Rose Davey is an artist and writer living in London.

Recent shows include Mermaids, Corner7, London, 2023, Out of the Box, East Quay, Watchet, Somerset, 2023, Same Same, co- curated alongside Sid Motion, Sid Motion Gallery London, 2022, Red, Blue & You with Gabriele Beveridge, London, 2022, The Shape of Colour curated by Canopy Collections at The Room -Turnbull & Asser, London, 2021, Until the World became the Walls all Around, Canopy Collections, Van Gogh House, London 2021, Rose Davey Drawings, (online solo show), Cooke Latham Gallery, London, (2020) Conversations on Colour, with Erin O'Keefe and Leah Guadagnoli, Cooke Latham Gallery, London, 2020. 

Since completing her MFA in Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2010, Rose has returned each year to deliver art history lectures to Graduate Painting students. The Slade lectures were repurposed in Spring 2020 to be presented live online as LOCKDOWN LECTURES and have been staged at The Poltimore Arms, Exmoor. Rose also teaches at The Slade Summer School, most recently delivering exploring how to tell a good painting from a bad one.

Rose appeared on Jimmy Carr Destroy’s Art on Channel 4 in October 2022, where she successfully argued against Janet Street-Porter to save a photograph by artist Sally Mann. 

She joined artist George Shaw to discuss the work of Carlo Crivelli during a symposium chaired by Jonathan Watkins at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham in February 2022, and made the short film Understanding Crivelli in March 2022, available to watch on YouTube.

Rose is the director of Corner7, a project space in Camden showing a range of artists and host to various talks, workshops and events.

Rose Davey