The Brooks International Fellowship Programme at Tate and Delfina Foundation is an annual fellowship and residency, selected through open calls, and generously supported by the Elizabeth and Rory Brooks Foundation.

The programme enables international visual arts professionals including programmers, researchers and curators to work with Tate colleagues in London, complemented by activities at Delfina Foundation.

Fellows are part of a Tate team, actively participating in gallery projects and discussions, with special access to Tate’s programme, collection, staff and wider networks. Fellows reside at Delfina Foundation, where they contribute to its programme by presenting on their research or practice to a range of audiences and engage in internal events, public talks, screenings and panel discussions that relate their research to a wider, global context and to other thematic activities at Delfina Foundation.

The Brooks International Fellowship Programme was founded in 2014. Since then, Tate and Delfina Foundation have hosted 12 Brooks International Fellows from Thailand, Germany, France, India, Barbados, Mexico, Brazil, Portugal, Netherlands and Pakistan.


Mandy Merzaban

London: 28/03/2022 — 11/09/2022

Tina Barouti

London: 28/03/2022 — 18/09/2022

Fernanda D’Agostino Dias

London: 03/05/2021 — 19/09/2021

Veeranganakumari Solanki

London: 01/04/2019 — 29/09/2019

Daniela Ruiz Moreno

London: 07/01/2019 — 07/07/2019

Katia Sowels

London: 08/01/2018 — 01/04/2018

Nadine Siegert

London: 08/01/2018 — 26/03/2018

Chanon Kenji Praepipatmongkol

London: 08/01/2018 — 01/04/2018

Rabbya Naseer

London: 09/01/2017 — 02/04/2017

Giulia Lamoni

London: 09/01/2017 — 02/04/2017

Anne Ruygt

London: 09/01/2017 — 02/04/2017

Allison Thompson

London: 11/01/2016 — 03/04/2016

Susana Vargas Cervantes

London: 11/01/2016 — 03/04/2016

Marina Noronha

London: 11/01/2016 — 03/04/2016

Aastha Chauhan

London: 25/09/2014 — 21/12/2014

Ayesha Matthan

London: 28/09/2014 — 21/12/2014

Kamini Sawhney

London: 28/09/2014 — 21/12/2014