Leonie Bradbury is a curator of contemporary art and currently works as the Director and Curator of the Galleries at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA. She is the co-founder of "Alter Projects" an independent curatorial collaborative that designs custom arts programming.
Bradbury is a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy and Art Theory at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in Visual Art. Her dissertation The Expanded Object: Redefining the Network in Contemporary Art is forthcoming.
Recent publications include: Franklin Evans: A Moment of Complexity in Franklin Evans: Juddrules, by Montserrat College of Art (2015), and Infinite Reflection in Kelsey Brookes: Psychedelic Space, by Ginko Press (2015).
Her curatorial programming has a strong socially engaged focus and includes exhibition projects, both solo and group, that feature a range of emerging and established artists of national and international note. Two of her exhibitions have received awards from the Association of International Art Critics (AICA) A New Order: Appropriation Art in the Digital Age (2nd Place, 2006) and Electric Wasteland: Urban Art from L.A. (1st Place, 2008). She has produced numerous essays, catalogues, and texts.