Charlie Levine is an art director, independent curator and project manager. Between 2009 - 2013 she founded / managed independent art gallery TROVE in Birmingham, UK.
Most recently she led Camden Council's London Borough of Culture application and initiated the research to developing their first Cultural Framework; she curated / managed 4 years of Camden's annual programme, namely Camden50 - the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Borough that partnered The British Museum, Roundhouse, Camden Arts Centre and British Library. For this programme she commissioned Walls on Walls, Ladies of the Press*, Dmitri Galitzine and Elly Clarke.
Levine’s curatorial practice centralises on in/visible networks, creating and bringing together communities, working site responsively, postal art, developing opportunities for early career artists and encouraging more diverse creative industry opportunities.
Key curatorial projects include Creative Machines, Minimalist Sculpture at Curzon Street Station, 2011; Thrift Radiates Happiness at Birmingham’s Municipal bank, 2013; The Moving Image Project that toured to Baroda, Tokyo, Christchurch, London and New York, 2014; Outsidereal, a series of interventions by Mark Titchner and Simon Periton at institutions including British Museum, Camden Arts Centre, House of Illustration, Roundhouse and The Jewish Museum, 2014; Camden50, 2016; Camden Sentido, 2017; and Sluice__ art fairs 2013 and 2015 and Sluice__Exchange Rates in Bushwick, New York 2014 and 2016
Levine has written for Sluice__magazine, Love Camden, an magazine and axis web and was one of 100 Curators profiled on Saatchi Gallery in 2012.