Thorp Stavri is a London based curatorial platform, comprising curators Eric Thorp and Nicholas Stavri. They are committed to developing and supporting artists’ practices and accessibility to art through exhibitions, collaboration, talks, workshops and a regular arts podcast.

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.

Thorp Stavri have been awarded the Arts Council England Project Grants for the curation of ‘2 For 1’ at an out of use Sainsbury’s, Stratford (2023). The production of ‘The Factory Project‘ at Thameside Industrial Estate, London (2021) and for ‘Five Hides’ at the historic Manor Place Baths, London (2020).

Eric Thorp
Eric Thorp is a curator, writer and filmmaker specialising in the production of large scale exhibitions, events and opportunities with an emphasis on supporting early career artists and underrepresented identities.

His work is focused on presenting contemporary art in an accessible way and highlighting how art feeds into wider culture and society. 
Thorp holds an MA in Arts & Lifestyle Journalism from University of the Arts London


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 an Advisory Group Member for Hypha Studios, a member of the Convelio Fine Art Advisory Board and the Gallery Climate Coalition’s shipping subcommittee, where he offers his expertise in Fine Art Transport and Environmental policy.