Brendan Fox is an independent curator, artist, and writer. He has curated the work of hundreds of Irish and international artists in a broad spectrum of settings. He was project co-curator at Nag Gallery, Dublin, resident curator at Talbot Gallery, Dublin and is the Co-founder, Director/Curator of Foundation Arts in association with Offaly county Council the Irish Museum of Modern Art. He has devised numerous gallery and offsite exhibitions and has curated from the national collection at IMMA, Dublin. He has been the invited curator at Limerick School of Art and Design and the National College of Art and Design where he facilitated with both B.A. and M.A. students. He is the instigator and curator of Games for Artists and Non-Artists which took place at the Irish Museum of Modern Art 2020.
He has facilitated talks/workshops with the Royal Hibernian Academy, Goethe Institute, National College of Art and Design, VTOS Adult Education, Limerick School of Art and Design, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, UCD and Trinity College Dublin at The Innovation Academy. He is currently on the writing panel reviewing exhibitions for VAN Magazine and is one of the invited judges for the Global Undergraduate Awards 2019 in the Art and Design category. 2019 has also seen him invited to the Irish national steering panel for - Erasmus+ Project - entitled GO UP - " Building resilience and intercultural competences in refugees and asylum seekers through theatre techniques"