Niamh White is an independent visual arts and fashion curator. She is co-founder of Hospital Rooms, an initiative that commissions artists to renovate mental healthcare wards, and is the curator of The Pierrot Project, which connects artists with contemporary classical composers in a series of ongoing exhibitions and events. She was Curator of Exhibitions at SHOWstudio between 2011 and 2015 where she commissioned projects with Iris van Herpen, Shaun Leane, Noritaka Tatehana and Anj Smith among many others. Each exhibition was accompanied by in depth supplementary online content that included documenting and broadcasting artists and designers’ processes, interviews and essays. White's exhibitions have received international press coverage from publications such as Time Magazine, the Independent, the Scotsman, Vanity Fair, Garage Magazine, A Magazine, W Magazine, Wonderland and Vogue among others. White has spoken at international conferences including MoBA in the Netherlands and the International Fashion Showcase in London. Prior to her tenure at SHOWstudio, she was gallery manager at Hauser & Wirth working on projects such as Louise Bourgeois' Fabric Works and Christoph Buchel's Piccadilly Community Centre. She completed her undergraduate degree at Goldsmiths College in History of Art. 



  1. 17:10 on 30 Mar 2015
    Niamh White creates a blog post.

    Watch our McQueen illustrations come alive in a new short film

  2. 30 Mar 2015
    Niamh White creates a fashion animation.


  3. 14:52 on 20 Mar 2015
    Niamh White creates a blog post.

    Nick Knight photograph on view at Westminster Tube

  4. 14:05 on 19 Mar 2015
    Niamh White creates a blog post.

    Nick Knight & Alexander McQueen exhibition is now open at SHOWstudio