Ann Gilbert, MA, PGCE, CELTA was born in England. She studied languages and history of art at the University of St Andrews, Scotland and education at the University of London Institute of Education. After graduating, she worked as a researcher in Moscow and St Petersburg, returning to London as an arts writer specialising in Eastern European culture. She is a member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA).
Ann has taught languages in UK, Switzerland and Russia. She has also lectured in art museums and has curated a number of cultural exhibitions in London, Aldeburgh and Tokyo.
She lives in Middlesex, Greater London, with her husband, painter, Dennis Gilbert. They live and work in an old coach house built at the end of the nineteenth century.
Ann is a member of the international Association of Art Critics (AICA) and has written reviews and features for major art and national publications. These include The Art Newspaper, The Daily Telegraph and Financial Times.
She has also lectured in art museums and academic institutions including Tate Gallery, Hayward Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, The Courtauld Institute and Birkbeck College, (University of London). She has curated cultural exhibitions in London (Barbican Art Gallery, Diaghilev - Creator of the Ballets Russes) Tokyo (Sezon Art Gallery, Shakespeare in Performance) and The Aldeburgh Festival.
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