Contemporary curator at the Royal Academy of Arts, Edith Devaney originated and co-curated the Jasper Johns; ‘Something Resembling Truth’ exhibition at The Broad, Los Angeles, in 2017. She curated Abstract Expressionism, both at the Royal Academy in 2016, and the Guggenheim Bilbao in 2017. She curated the David Hockney exhibition, 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life, which toured to three venues across Europe and the United States. She was also responsible for the curation of the David Hockney landscape exhibition, A Bigger Picture, in 2012, and Richard Diebenkorn in 2015. In her capacity as Head of Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, she has worked with many international contemporary artists on both the curation of the annual exhibition and special projects and displays relating to it.