Thorp Stavri is a London based curatorial platform committed to developing and supporting artist’s practices through exhibitions, collaboration, talks and workshops. It is composed of curators Eric Thorp and Nicholas Stavri. 

Thorp Stavri support early career talent and contemporary art in non-traditional but accessible spaces, through the presentation of large scale exhibitions, the programming of satellite events and a regular arts podcast. Their projects bridge the gaps between emerging artists and the communities in which they live and work – providing a platform to creatives from all backgrounds while simultaneously engaging with diverse audiences. An integral part of their curatorial vision is the ambition to amplify underrepresented voices within the art world and offer the opportunity to exhibit new work without the constraints of commercial bias.

Eric Thorp
Journalist, Film maker and Galleries Manager who has worked with prestigious institutions such as Somerset House and the South London Gallery.

At the heart of Eric’s journalism is the concept of presenting art in an accessible way and highlighting emerging artists, showing how art feeds into wider culture and society. His gallery management work in the public arts sector has also focussed on increasing accessibility to all.

Nicholas Stavri
Independent Creative Consultant and Production Manager with a passion for working alongside and supporting emerging artists with the practicalities of managing their studios and strategies for career development.

Nicholas is also a subcommittee member for the Gallery Climate Coalition offering his expertise in Fine Art Transport and Environmental Policy.