Zoë Gray (b.1978) is a curator based in Rotterdam, working at Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art since 2006. Zoë Gray studied History of Art (BA Hons) at the University of Cambridge and Curating (MA) at Goldsmiths College, University of London. She has curated numerous exhibitions at Witte de With, including the solo exhibitions of Billy Apple, Brian Jungen, Tue Greenfort, Margaret Salmon, Geoffrey Farmer, Saâdane Afif, Annette Kelm, Gareth Moore, Liam Gillick, Keren Cytter, Maron de Boer and Cosima von Bonin. She was guest curator of Cyprien Gaillard’s exhibition Béton Belvedereat Stroom (den Haag, 2009) and of Charles Mason’s and Laura White’s exhibition Urban Formalismat CAPC Musée d’art contemporain and Galerie Cortex Athletico (Bordeaux, 2005). She is going to be a guest curator at Parc Saint Leger, Pougues-les-Eaux (forthcoming, June 2011). Her projects at Witte de With include the international symposia Rotterdam Dialogues: Critics, Curators, Artists(2008-9) and The Periphery Complex(2007). In 2010 she curated the film programme And the moral of the story is…Next to the publications of Witte de With she has contributed to several art magazines, including Metropolis M, Fucking Good Art, The Fillip Review, the Wasafiri Journal of Postcolonial Writing and the Contemporary Magazine. Her essays has been published in the books Anette Kelm(Walther Koenig Books, Cologne, 2009) and Land Art: A Cultural Ecology Handbook(RSA, London, 2006).