Sarah Collicott (FRSA) is the Director of InSite Arts.
After studying for a BA History of Art and Design, Sarah has worked extensively in various fields of the art world, first working in the commercial art world with Sotheby's London. She subsequently worked for New York based art gallery, Richard Feigen Ltd then for London and Monte Carlo based Grob Galleries. After Grob, Sarah worked at PaceWildenstein, with galleries in London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Buenos Aires.
As curator and gallery manager she has exceptional management skills and knowledge of artists and artistic practise, that is highly valuable to the organisation. Those curatorial skills included curating exhibitions, for example, of work by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Georg Baselitz, Warhol/Basquiat, Robert Moskowitz, James Rosenquist and the more contemporary artists such as Andy Goldworthy and Marc Quinn. This work also involved the cataloguing and management of touring exhibitions including work from the family estates of the Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore estates.
Recent curatorial roles for InSite have included the three-town temporary programme of large scale interactive media installations. One of those works commissioned by InSite went onto win the artist the Guardian readers' Young Artist award and high public acclaim. She has also lead on the commissioning in a number of city centre developments including work in Exeter, Cambridge, Corby, Walsall and Leicester.