Alexander Harding is a Writer and Curator, living and working in London, UK.

He is interested in the contemporary prevalence of images and data, and how artists mediate this through painting and photography.

He has written features, exhibition reviews and interviews for  Art Monthly, PlasterThe Bittersweet Review and ThisIsTomorrow. His writing has also been featured on

He has also been commissioned by numerous artists and national/international galleries for exhibition and publication texts; including Plataforma2, Barcelona. Des Bains, London UK and Roland Ross, Margate UK.


MFA Curating, Goldsmiths University of London, 2024

Into the Wild, Chisenhale Art Place, 2019

Ba Fine Art: Painting, Wimbledon College of Art, 2018

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, CCW Progression Centre, 2015

Selected Curating

Well Worn, exhibition at SET Ealing, Ealing, London. Co-Curator, 2023

Paint(consum)ing, exhibition at The Function Suite, Stratford, London. Curator, 2022

Access x Job Centre, exhibition at The Job Centre, Deptford, London. Curator, 2021

False Friends, exhibition at The Function Suite, Stratford, London. Curator, 2020 Live, Arebyte Gallery, London. Co-Curator, 2020                                              

Selected Writing

Jack Roberts, Downward Facing, Innermost, Forever; exhibition text, 2024

Four years on from the worst year ever, Condo is back (for Plaster Magazine); article, 2024

Nat Faulkner, Days; exhibition text, 2024

Mr Fat Plastic, Ernst; website text, 2023

Mimi Hope and Ben Galyas, Beginning to Slip at Roland Ross; review, 2023

Cristina Quarles, Tripping Over My Joy, Pillar Corrias (for The Bitter Sweet Review); review, 2023

Stone Soup, Roland Ross, (for Art Monthly); review, 2023

Haroun Hayward, Event On The Downs, Hales Gallery; review, 2023

Lucy Evetts, No One Owns The Moon, The Function Suite; review, 2023

Nana Wolke, ‘Wanda’s’, Nicoletti; review, 2023

Louis Judkins, Crime Fantasy, Usual Business Gallery; exhibition text, 2022

Alek Mechlinski, If you're beside me, why can't I see you?, Plataforma2; exhibition text, 2022    
Rae Hicks; interview for thisistomorrow, 2021  
Painting/ Compiling; essay for SIZE MATTERS: Now That’s What I Call Painting 2, 2021
Access x Job Centre; exhibition text, 2021    
06, PM/AM Gallery; review for thisistomorrow, 2021