Artist, Curator, Writer
Eddie Chambers is an artist and better known as one of Britain's most controversial critics and curators. He writes regularly for Art Monthly. His texts represent an uncompromising voice in the art establishment of the country. Chambers curated landmark exhibitions such as 'Black Art: Plotting the Course', 1988; 'History and Identity: Seven Painters', 1991; 'Black People and the British Flag', 1993 and most recently 'Mildred Howard: In the Line of Fire', 1999. He works and lives in Bristol.