Day and Gluckman are Lucy Day and Eliza Gluckman. Both trained as artists, Day+Gluckman have been working together curating projects and exhibitions since 2006. From Museum-based exhibitions to collaborations with old master dealers, the duo have worked with over 200 artists in diverse environments.
Day+Gluckman have a reputation for working with artists with a rigorous approach to practice and context. Our aim is to develop long-term relationships with artists and seek and initiate opportunities to exhibit, explore, curate and commission. To never compromise the integrity of the artist and to negotiate clear and honest dialogues around the work we champion.
In 2007 Day+Gluckman curated their first project together – Drawn Apart East and Drawn Apart West – exhibiting 8 contemporary artists at a contemporary gallery space in east London and, alongside work by 15th to 19th Century Italian, Dutch and French masters, at Day & Faber, an Old Master Drawings gallery in Bond Street, central London. They have not looked back.
Since 2008 Day+Gluckman have been programming the Collyer Bristow Gallery. Collyer Bristow LLP have championed contemporary art for the past fifteen years, opening a bespoke gallery space in 2005 at their offices in Bedford Row, Holborn, London.