Anita Zabludowicz

Founder Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK

" Join me alongside Anne and Michael Spalter, Sabine Himmelsbach, Masha and Jens Faurschou, Dominique and Sylvain Levy and artist Paul McCarthy on June 8th, 2020 and June 12th, 2020 at 1600 UTC on Art + Fintech 2.0 webcast series Talking New Media Art and Virtual Reality week as we explore collecting, preserving and exhibiting new media arts and discuss on recreating the museum experience."

The Zabludowicz Collection is one of the world’s leading private museums in the United Kingdom which holds a collection of more than 2,000 works

Anita Zabludowicz OBE was born in Newcastle and now lives in London with her husband, Poju, and their four children. Anita studied Fine Art & History of Art in Newcastle's College of Arts & Technology and subsequently spent ten years working as a project manager in interior architecture before going back to study Modern Art & Auctioneering at Christies.  From the mid-1990s Anita and her husband have embarked on a number of philanthropic activities and together they founded the Zabludowicz Collection to collect international emerging art and create a public platform to examine contemporary art practices.  

Zabludowicz Collection is founded on a commitment to producing a vibrant and sustainable ecology for art. It achieves this through a growing archive of contemporary art and is dedicated to the conservation and production of new work by artists from the earliest stages of their careers. The Collection runs an independent UK charity and an international programme of exhibitions, events, residencies and commissions across in the UK, USA and Finland. Our exhibitions are free and open to all.