morgan Quaintance is a broadcaster, writer, curator and musician. He is a regular face on bbc 2's culture show.
Morgan has presented BBC 2's coverage of the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition for two years running as well as coverage of the Turner Prize on Channel 4 and on BBC 4.
He has also presented live stream broadcasts for the Royal Opera House, NT Live and the LSO.
Morgan is the producer and presenter of Studio Visit (Resonance FM) and is a regular contributor to Art Agenda, Art Monthly, Art Review and Frieze magazines as well as Rhizome.org, This is Tomorrow and a number of curatorial sites and music blogs.
As a musician, Morgan has played with the likes of Mariah Carey, Rhianna and Robin Thicke and currently plays in the bands New Young Pony Club and PLUGS.
The son of two dancers, Morgan attended the Royal Ballet School followed by the BRIT School. He went on to study Sound Art and Design at the London College of Communication and graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Curating Contemporary Art.
BBC 2’s Culture Show, Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition, Turner Prize coverage, Royal Opera House, NT Live and LSO, musician and trained ballet dancer.