Gill Saunders joined the V&A in 1979 and became Senior Curator of Prints in 2006. Her primary expertise is in 20th century and contemporary prints, drawings and paintings. Gill has curated many exhibitions and displays at the V&A over the past 40 years, on subjects including botanical illustration, watercolour painting, contemporary prints, images of the nude, and wallpapers. Gill has devised a number of V&A UK touring exhibitions – including Recording Britain (2012-2014); Modern Masters in Print: Matisse, Picasso, Dali and Warhol (2015-17), Facing History: Contemporary Portraiture (2015-16), and Pop Art in Print (2017-18); a display, Paul Nash and the Art of the Book, will open in August 2022. The exhibition Lucian Freud’s Etchings: a creative collaboration is in preparation and will open at the V&A in September 2023. Gill has worked with the Whitworth Art Gallery, the Jerwood Gallery, and taught at the University of Sussex, and lectures and broadcasts regularly on her areas of expertise.