Giles Waterfield is also the author of "The Long Afternoon".
Giles Waterfield was brought up in Paris and Geneva. Having worked at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and for sixteen years as Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, in 1996 he abandoned arts administration in order to write, teach and curate exhibitions.
"The action of THE HOUND IN THE LEFT-HAND CORNER is contained within a single midsummer's day at the former Museum of English History, an impressive Edwardian pile near Waterloo, recently repackaged as BRIT. Around this midsummer conceit Giles Waterfield weaves a gossamer web involving trustees, curators, dealers, restorers, publicity folk and guests' Spectator