Callum Reid is a research assistant for the ARC project, A Baroque Archbishop in Colonial Melbourne. He recently completed his Art History PhD at the University of Melbourne, which examines the programs of display at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence during the Grand Ducal era. His research fields include museology, printmaking, Renaissance and Baroque art and decorative arts, with a particular focus on the formation of collections and their reception. Alongside working and teaching in these fields, his research interests involve the history and provenance of objects, having spent several years working in the art market. Alongside exhibition catalogue essays, articles in The Burlington Magazine and the University of Melbourne’s Collections journal, Callum has completed chapters for two important books to be published in 2018.