Bringing leading international and UK contemporary art to Manchester
Nathaniel Pitt, Curator
Nathaniel Pitt, founder of Division of Labour, continues as Curator of The Manchester Contemporary. He oversees the exhibitor roster, as well as advising on collector development and strategic partnerships, further strengthening TMC’s relationships with collectors, exhibitors and institutions in the UK and worldwide.
Nathaniel Pitt trained as an artist at Falmouth School of Art in 1997 and gained his MFA from Wolverhampton University 2009 before becoming a fellow at De Appel in Amsterdam, ‘curating in the gallery field.’ Since 2013, Pitt has served as the Director for the gallery Division of Labour, a West-Midlands based not-for-profit dedicated to supporting contemporary art across the UK. With research interests in regional art market development, art and education and collaborative practice, projects have included artists Robert Barry, Victor Burgin, Brian O’Doherty and Carey Young. Pitt has developed an international profile for his gallery, with past presentations in the 2015 Venice Biennale, Brussels, Rotterdam, New York, Hong Kong, Basel, Vienna and Dallas.
The Manchester Contemporary Art Fund is one of the largest philanthropic art funds outside of London.
The Manchester Contemporary Collector Programme exists to develop a new generation of collectors and includes unique social events, guided tours of the fair with gallerist introductions and the chance to meet other like minded collectors.
If you think your gallery could be a good fit for The Manchester Contemporary please complete the exhibitor enquiry form.