leonie bradbury exhibitions
Matthew Ritchie April 28- June 18, 2016Seven III 2015Field Visions: Masako Kamiya, Nathan Miner and Lynda SchlosbergFranklin Evans: juddrulesWilson Lawrence: Skin DeepNathan Miner: The Long NowMADEWish You Were There?Pat Falco: Just Happy To Be HereSEVEN: A Performative Drawing ProjectElizabeth Alexander: Double ImpatiensDavid Curcio: Bad Dreams...Or NotJustin Brown Durand '05: Finding Fallen StarsAbsent | PresentSophia Ainslie: InterstitialNatalie LaneseAnthony PalocciSeven: A Performative Drawing Project

Random Access: Data as ArtHome Sweet Home

Montserrat Gallery

November 4, 2011- January 21, 2011For The Record: Searching for Objectivity in Global Conflict

Montserrat Gallery

August 22 - October 22, 2011
Curated by Montserrat Faculty Rob Roy, Gordon Arnold and Leonie BradburyAndy Curlowe: NeolithicA Debt to PleasureOn Location: Drawing Every DayTomas Vu: Into the Universe

The West is Now Closed: John Osorio-Buck

301 Gallery

October 4 – 29, 2010Alison Owen: SubtleChristopher Mir: Vanishing PointImmaculate Silence: Sasanqua LinkAmerica Now
Resa Blatman: Beauty and the Beasties

City of Dreams: Adam Lampton
Anna Hepler: Intricate UniverseJenny Holzer
The Order of Things: Caroline BagenalRyan McGinness: Transgressive BeautyIn Pursuit of BeautyCornucopia: Documenting the Land of Plenty
It's Alive: A Laboratory of Biotech ArtElectric Wasteland: Urban Art from LARyan McGinness: Mildly SubversiveField Visions: Masako Kamiya, Nathan Miner and Lynda Schlosberg
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.