Judith Clark Studio

Judith Clark Studio is a multidisciplinary studio led by exhibitionmaker and art director Judith Clark.  Clark is Professor of Fashion and Museology at UAL in London and Co-Director of the Centre for Fashion Curation. She is visiting Professor at IUAV, Venice in the Dipartimento di Culture del Progetto, and Associate Fellow at City and Guilds of London Art School. Clark trained as an architect at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and the Architectural Association and is a graduate of the Warburg Institute. Clark set up the first experimental gallery of fashion in 1997 in Notting Hill and since then has collaborated with museums and galleries worldwide.


The studio has been commissioned by: Archives and Museum of Black Heritage, London; Artangel, London, Bal Harbour Shops, Miami; Barbican Art Gallery, London; Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam; British Council London and Mexico; Camera Nazionale della Moda, Milano; Chloé, Paris; Diana Vreeland Estate; Fosun Foundation, Shanghai; Hayward Gallery, London; Lanvin, Paris; Louis Vuitton, Paris; Manolo Blahnik, London, Michelangelo Foundation, Geneva; ModeMuseum Antwerp; ModeMuseum, Hasselt; Museo Fortuny, Venezia; Museo Frida Kahlo; Mexico; Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milano; Palazzo Pitti, Florence; Selfridges, London; Simone Handbag Museum, Seoul; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Winterpalais, Vienna amongst others.


Judith Clark Studio has collaborated with, amongst others: Stephen Jones; Jorge Otero-Pailos, Mat Collishaw, Leanne Shapton; Adelle Lutz, Hussein Chalayan, Simon Thorogood, Ruben Toledo; Dai Rees, Yuri Avvakumov; Angelo Seminara, Naomi Filmer; Julie Verhoeven, and Solange Knowles.


For all studio enquiries please email:
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Judith Clark would like to thank: Paula Alaszkiewicz, Sam Collins, Francesco D’Aurelio, Naomi Filmer, Alessandra Grignaschi, Stephen Jones, Martin Kamer, Maria Katehis, Katie Mooney, Jim Patrick, Angelo Seminara, Charlie Smith Design


Design by Charlie Smith Design