'WILL WOMEN ARTISTS CATCH UP IN MY LIFETIME?' with Kate Bryan
Join Kate Bryan as she investigates systemic gender inequality in the art world and whether recent steps to correct the imbalance will go far enough fast enough. As a curator with global buying power, Kate works hard to ensure women are given an equal platform and has developed various initiatives to create longterm change. In this talk she will bring to life the most recent statistics and crucially, offer real world advice to women artists, gallerists, collectors and all those invested in change.
Kate Bryan is an arts broadcaster and Head of Collections for Soho House & Co. globally. In 2017 she curated a ground breaking collection for The Ned London which inverted the gender ratio of the CEO profile of the FTSE 100, acquiring the work of 93 women and 7 men. In June 2019 she published her first book, The Art of Love. She has written and presented television programmes for BBC, Sky Arts and Sky Arte Italia and is a judge on the hit shows, Portrait Artist of the Year and Landscape Artist of The Year. In 2014 she won the Arts category in the Women of the Future Awards and is now a mentor for young women.