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Vaizey, Marina

VAIZEY, Marina

VAIZEY, Marina. (Lady Vaizey). British/American, b. 1938. Genres: Art/ Art history. Career: Financial Times newspaper, London, Art Critic 1970-74; Sunday Times, London, Art Critic, 1974-92; Now magazine, London, Dance Critic and Feature Writer, 1979-81; Art Quarterly and Review, National Art Collection Fund, Consultant, Editor, 1991-98. Member of the Council, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1975-78 (Deputy Chairman of the Art Panel); Member, Advisory Committee, Government Art Collection, Dept. of the Environment, 1975-82; Executive Director, Mitchell Prize for the History of Art, 1976-87; Craft Council, 1988-94; National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, 1986-2001; Geffrye Museum, 1990-; Imperial War Museum, 1991-; South Bank Board, 1993-. Member, Executive Committee, Contemporary Art Society, 1974-92; Fine Arts Advisory Committee, British Council, 1987-; National Army Museum, 2001-. Publications: St. Michael Guide to Famous Paintings, 1979; 100 Masterpieces of Painting, 1980; The Artist as Photographer, 1982; (with others) Andre Kertesz, 1984; Peter Blake, 1985; Christo, 1990; Christiane Kubrick, 1990; Jorgen Hauges Sorensen, 1994; Shining Through, 1995; Picasso's Ladies, 1998; Great Women Collectors, 1999; Art the Critics Choice, 1999. EXHIBIT CATAOLGUES: Keith Grant: A Journey to the Far North, 1970; Critics' Choice, 1974; Gilbert Spencer, 1974; L.S. Lowry, 1976; Alex Colville, 1977; Andrew Wyeth, 1980; Printer as Photographer, 1982; Personal Choice, 1983; A Picture of Health, 1995; Magdalene Odundo, 2001. Address: 24 Heathfield Terr, Chiswick, London W4 4JE, England.

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