Master of Arts in Curating and Collections,
University of the Arts London
Bachelor of Arts (First Class Hons),
Norwich University of the Arts
Diploma in Fine Art,
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Gabriel Loy is an artist and exhibition-maker living and working in Singapore. He graduated from Norwich University of the Arts with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2013 and Chelsea College of Arts with an MA in Curating and Collections in 2015.
His research interests are: the importance of materiality of archived documents, and heavily references Jules David Prown and material culture. He is also interested in the mechanisms of art practice and the community that surrounds it.
In 2014, he curated A Breathing Bulb (2014) by British conceptual artist Ian Whittlesea. He was also Assistant Curator for In Peril on the Sea: Sailing Ships Stormy Seas (2015) at CHELSEAspace, curated by Clive Phillpot. He has previously worked for Tintype Gallery and Pace Gallery in London.
He is currently a part-time lecturer at Nanyang Academy of Fine Art and Director of Exhibitions at 1961 Projects, a contemporary art project space based in Singapore.