Kate Bryan
Kate Bryan took up the position as Head of Contemporary at The Fine Art Society in late 2011. The Fine Art Society is one of London’s oldest art dealerships and is located on New Bond Street. Prior to this position Kate lived and worked in Hong Kong for 4 years. She was the Gallery Director of The Cat Street Gallery, one of the first international contemporary art galleries in the city founded in 2005.

Whilst in Hong Kong Kate travelled widely in the region and undertook a large study of Korean contemporary art, about which she has published several articles. She was the Hong Kong Contributing Editor for Asian Art News and World Sculpture News as well as a regular contributor of arts and travel features for Kee Magazine, Sentinel Magazine and The South China Morning Post. From 2007-2009 she undertook a 76,000 word postgraduate research thesis at The University of Hong Kong. Before moving to Asia in 2007, Kate worked at the British Museum as the Assistant Curator for the once in a lifetime blockbuster exhibition, Michelangelo's Drawings at the British Museum.

Blog Entries by Kate Bryan

Alan Jones: This Story is About You

(0) Comments | Posted 1 October 2012 | (18:36)

It seems the world has never been so personal. We receive daily updates from a variety of sources about friends, family and even previously untouchable celebrities and public figures. There is little distinction between the real world and online social media content. With this mass of personal information being shared,...

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The Status of Fine Art Photography in a Digital Age

(0) Comments | Posted 1 May 2012 | (21:30)

How many photos have you seen today? How many did you take this week? We live in a world saturated with images, in an era where more and more cameras are being produced and streamlined into other products. Consequently photographic technology has become readily available to billions of people, discreetly...

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The Big Egg Hunt

(8) Comments | Posted 29 February 2012 | (00:00)

My short walk to work from Green Park tube is usually a time to take in the latest designer window display (as an aside, my current favourite are the completely mad, Rococo-inspired Miu Miu shoes) but this morning I was completely distracted by two large decorated eggs that I spotted...

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