Vicente Todoli

Vicente Todoli studied Art History at Valencia University, before carrying out his post-graduate studies in art history at Yale University between 1981 and 1982 on a Fulbright scholarship. He has worked at New York's Whitney Museum, the IVAM in Valencia, and the Serralves Contemporary Art Museum in Oporto, as well as working alongside the ICA in Amsterdam and the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid. In 2002 he became the Director of the Tate Modern in London, where he organized major exhibitions of Kandinsky in 2005; Albers and Moholy-Nagy ('From Bauhaus to the New World') in 2006; Dalí and the cinema in 2007; Duchamp, Man Ray and Picabia in 2008; Rodchenko and Popova, and Van Doesburg ('International avant-garde: Building a new world'). He recently left Tate Modern to work independently as a curator and consultant.