Oscar Humphries

Journalist, Person

1981 –

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Who is Oscar Humphries?

Oscar Humphries is an Australian fine art and design dealer and journalist. He has been editor of the The Spectator's art magazine Apollo since early 2010.

Born in Sydney, his parents are the satirist Barry Humphries and surrealist painter Diane Millstead and he was educated at Bryanston School and Stowe School.

Since 2000, he has written on a variety of subjects including art and design for British newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, Arena and Tatler. In 2007 Humphries was made a contributing editor of The Spectator and was the launch editor of The Spectator Australia in 2008.

As director of Sebastian + Barquet London he curated shows on Carlo Mollino, Paolo Venini and Rick Owens. As head of international sales for Timothy Taylor Gallery he curated "The Tightrope Walker" with Emma Dexter.

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Born
Apr 1, 1981
Sydney
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on July 23, 2013

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