A cyclist who died in West Dulwich after colliding with a lorry has been named locally as Chiara Giacomini. The Evening Standard reports that the 30-year-old had worked at the Tate.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, a spokeswoman for the Tate said: "This is a loss that will be deeply felt across Tate and beyond. Chiara had worked for Tate for eight years, before leaving to take up a new role in August.
"She was a vibrant presence in so many people’s lives, full of imagination, flair and energy."
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