Bethany Rose Lamont
Born 1991, Bethany graduated in 2012 from Central Saint Martins with a first class honours degree in Critcism, Communication and Curation: Art and Design. She holds a Masters degree from Oxford University in History of Art and Visual Culture, where she acted as a contributing writer to The Oxford Student and The Isis. Bethany is the author of the novel Christ the Wolf and founded and edits the art and literature journal Doll Hospital.
Amongst others, Bethany has previously worked with the British Library, Rookie Magazine, For Books' Sake, I Shape Beauty, The Style Con, The F Word, The Ardorous, NME, Hackney Citizen, Cut Out and Keep and Girls Get Busy. She curated the exhibition Don't Take me Too Lightly! which received critical praise from the V & A and the Royal Academy. Her art has been shown alongside such artists as David Shrigley and Gary Webb. She has been exhibited at @rt b@by g@llery, had a solo show with Antlers gallery and was featured in Tavi Gevinson and Petra Collins', 'Strange Magic' show in Los Angeles.