"We all made art as children and we all had opinions on it. Then somehow we grew up and risked becoming ‘outsiders’ to something we all have an innate ability to appreciate and love."

Kate Bryan is an art historian, curator and broadcaster, revolutionising the way we see and talk about art. She fiercely defends access to art in her work, for people from all backgrounds. Moreover, she is a passionate mentor for women in the arts, and has highlighted gender disparity through her gallery curation. In 2016, Bryan reversed the  the FTSE 100 CEO gender ratio,acquiring  the work of 93 women and 7 men for the Vault 100 art collection at The Ned London.

"An example of the BBC at its best." - The Times, on Bryant's 'The Story of the Nude'

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