Tania Moore is the Joyce and Michael Morris Chief Curator at the Sainsbury Centre. Her research interests span post-war and contemporary sculpture, currently focusing on British constructivist art from the 1950s to the present day.
At the Sainsbury Centre, her curatorial activity has focused on improving the gender balance across the collection and exhibitions. In 2019 she received a New Collecting Award from the Art Fund to acquire sculptors’ drawings by contemporary women and non-binary artists.
Publications include Rhythm and Geometry: Constructivist art in Britain since 1951 (Sainsbury Centre, 2021) and Henry Moore: Friendships and Legacies (Sainsbury Centre, 2020). She has contributed essays to Leiko Ikemura: Usagi in Wonderland (Sainsbury Institute, 2022), Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things (InOtherWords, 2019) and Elisabeth Frink: The Geometry of Fear (Sainsbury Centre, 2018).
Tania has worked at various organisations including the Royal Academy of Arts, the Henry Moore Foundation, and Pangolin London. She studied MA Museum Studies and BA History of Art at the University of Manchester.