Clarrie Wallis is Curator of Modern and Contemporary British Art at Tate.
She joined Tate in 2000, areas of research include contemporary painting and British sculpture after 1965. Clarrie Wallis received an MA in Visual Arts Administration: Curating and Commissioning Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art.
She also focuses on acquisitions of contemporary and emerging art and has been a member of the Selection Committee for the Tate Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund since 2012. Exhibitions and displays at Tate include Tacita Dean: Recent Films and other Works (2001), Mark Wallinger: State Britain (2007), Richard Long: Heaven and Earth (2009), Patrick Caulfield (2013), BP Spotlight: Rose Wylie (2013), Richard Deacon (2014) and Phillip King (2014). Clarrie Wallis is also the curator of Mona Hatoum’s forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern (2016). She is a visiting lecturer in the painting department of the Royal College of Art, on the Courtauld Institute of Art’s MA Curating the Museum, and at the Royal Academy Schools.