Issey Scott is an art writer and curator based in London. Trained in contemporary art theory, her interests lie in emerging artists and independent spaces, global warming and sustainability and accessibility in the art world. Her writing has appeared in publications including Candid Magazine, The Big Issue, RIBA and Floorr Magazine. She has curated projects at South London Gallery, Anise Gallery, Geffrye Museum of the Home and arebyte. November 2020 will see her first solo curating project at Back Room Gallery in Peckham.

Recent commissions include an exhibition text for 'Chrysalis' at Wimbledon Space and fortnightly pieces on the future of craft for Cluster Crafts' new Journal feature.

Aside from reviews as part of Let's Make Lots of Monet, her writing can be found below, spanning arts and culture:

Cluster Journal [2020]

Essay commissioned to accompany group exhibition 'Chrysalis' at Wimbledon Space [2020]

The Gallyry [2019-present]

Essay accompanying Lotti V Closs' solo exhibition 'In Plain Sight' at Castor Projects [2017]

Candid Magazine [2016-2019]
Exhibition review: Paola Ciarska at IMT Gallery

GDC Interiors Journal [2016]

Ephemeral Magazine [2016]

Installation view from Bare Cheek, curated by Issey Scott and Rosemary Jane Cronin, 19 November 2017, arebyte_gallery.

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