60 - Frances Morris
Rachel Johnson's Difficult Women
Monday, 8 August
One of the most overused words in modern life - curate - when we curate our scatter cushions and sandwiches this must be galling for this week’s Difficult Woman who is unquestionably this nations foremost curator
First British and first female director of Tate Modern, Frances Morris is - no way of avoiding it - a curator par excellence and art world royalty.
Her opening night of Tate modern - the most visited modern art museum in the world - was attended by 300 black cabbies and a huge spider.