Bright Stars: Great Artists Who Died Too Young

2021-09-12T03:51:15+00:00

Cheltenham Festival: Bright Stars: Great Artists Who Died Too Young Some of the world’s greatest and most-loved artists died under the age of 40. Heavyweights Vincent van Gogh and Jean-Michel Basquiat have been mythologised by their early deaths. For others like Pauline Boty and Charlotte Salomon, a premature demise has meant being left out [...]

Living Etc.

2020-09-28T18:37:36+00:00

Living Etc. “Find works which speak to you.  Put the art first and the overall collection second, you'll enjoy it much more.  Use Instagram to connect directly with artists around the world and follow their practice...  If you're buying art online and are unsure about anything, just ask the artist... ” VIEW ARTICLE [...]

AucArt

2020-09-28T18:01:23+00:00

AucArt “Global head of collections at Soho House, art historian, arts broadcaster and writer Kate Bryan, tells us about her not so easy journey into the art world, buying her first artwork and what she’s learnt during lockdown.” VIEW ARTICLE

The Times

2020-02-03T02:14:23+00:00

The Times “With documentaries to follow on TV’s treatment of three individual artists, this smartly conceived first instalment of a new archive-based series operates on two levels. Sky Arts’s astute painting pundit, Kate Bryan, uses clips on works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Velázquez, Rubens, Boucher, Goya, Manet, Picasso and Freud to trace a history of [...]

Broadsheet

2019-04-09T01:39:21+00:00

Broadsheet “Kate Bryan, a British art historian, curator and broadcaster who’s also head of collections for members' club and hotel chain Soho House, is the global curator of the program. She’s the mastermind who assembled the respected Australian artists who’ll be participating in Upcycle Art.” VIEW ARTICLE

Saatchi Art

2019-04-09T01:36:49+00:00

Saatchi Art “As part of our Greener Futures initiative, Kate Bryan, Broadcaster and Head of Collections at Soho House has curated a daily programme of artists working live at the fair. The artists will be available to fair goers to ‘Upcycle’ their art. Encouraged to bring an unwanted print, an unloved old painting, [...]

The Guardian

2018-10-04T17:00:45+00:00

Dreams to Doodlebombs The Guardian has a beautifully illustrated piece detailing the Not 30% exhibition on their homepage today. "A 2013 report revealed that women are, at best, represented 30% of the time in the art world. Curated by arts broadcaster and curator Kate Bryan, Not 30% is part exhibition and part protest [...]