Kate Bryan is an arts broadcaster and art dealer. In her broadcasting capacity, she writes and presents television programmes for BBC, Sky Arts and Sky Arte Italia, on a vast array of subjects including Hogarth, Turner, Caravaggio, Dante, French Impressionism and Chinese Art.
In addition to broadcasting, Bryan has experience working as a contemporary art dealer. In 2007 she left her position at the British Museum and relocated to Hong Kong to direct The Cat Street Gallery, representing a line up of international talent such as Gavin Turk, Peter Blake and David Lynch. Upon returning to London she was appointed as a Director of the Fine Art Society, London’s oldest commercial dealership on New Bond Street. She later led the global contemporary art fair Art15 in London. A regular contributor for The Huffington Post, Bryan has written for the Guardian, Time Out London and has published many articles as a freelance writer in Asia. In 2014 she won the Arts and Culture category in the Women of the Future Awards and is now a mentor for young women in the arts.
In 2016, she became Head of Collections for the Soho House Group.