Alice Lubbock – Archives and Repository Manager

Alice LubbockAlice Lubbock is the Archives and Repository Manager at CBRL and based in London. She has been involved with archives since 2014, and photography since 2008, in terms of both working with others’ collections, and her own – working as a professional photographer in a freelance capacity.

Archival work has included for the Gagosian Art Gallery in London, for The Mott Collection – a collection of counter-culture, music and fashion ephemera collected by the artist Toby Mott – where she sub-edited 3 books of material from the collection, and for the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), where she worked on the Royal Photographic Society acquisition that was to become part of the V&A’s new Photography Centre. Before this she worked at the Archive of Modern Conflict, organising their World War 2 collection of photo albums, documents and ephemera so it could be viewed by researchers on a dedicated website; also inventorying a large group of items the Archive displayed at the Tate Modern for the exhibition Conflict. Time. Photography; working with the archive of photojournalist Mohamed Amin, and assisting in the production of the Archive’s book, Party! Party!! Party!!! Photographs from Weimar Germany (2018).

She has worked alongside academics in a support capacity as the Database and Online Services Programme Officer for the Council for At-Risk Academics (Cara)’s Syria Programme, assisting and record-keeping for Syrian academics in exile in Turkey and Lebanon, at Cara’s offices in London, though she also supported at workshops the NGO hosted in Istanbul.

Alice has a Masters in History of Art (with Photography) from Birkbeck College, University of London, and a Bachelors in Graphic Design from Camberwell College, University of the Arts London.

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