Inga Fraser

Inga Fraser is Assistant Curator of Modern British Art at Tate and Fashion in Film’s Associate Curator-At-Large. Her research has focused on the impact of the emerging disciplines of photography and film on artistic development in the twentieth century, and the convergences between art, fashion and design in the modern period. She has spoken on these topics at venues including the Museum of the Moving Image, New York, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam and the British Film Institute, London. Recent publications include ‘Born Fully Clothed: the Significance of Costume for the Silent Cinema Vamp’, Birds of Paradise: Costume as Cinematic Spectacle (ed. M. Uhlirova), London, 2013, ‘Tree, Iris (1897–1968)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford, 2014 and ‘Body, Room, Photograph: Negotiating identity in the self-portraits of Lady Ottoline Morrell’ in Biography, Identity and the Modern Interior (ed. Penny Sparke and Anne Massey), Farnham and Burlington, 2013.