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Bright Stars: A reading and Q & A with Kate Bryan

27 Oct 2021 6.30-8pm

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Join Kate Bryan for a reading, talk and Q&A of and around her new book Bright Stars, which examines the lives and legacies of 30 great artists who died too young. Kate will giving special weight to the chapter on Vincent van Gogh, an artist mythologised by his early death, in the house he lived in as a young man.

Kate Bryan is an arts broadcaster, curator, mentor and writer. Her first book, The Art of Love (White Lion Publishing, 2019) profiled 30 artist couples across 150 years exploring the passionate, challenging and loving relationships behind some of the world’s greatest works of art. Bryan is Head of Collections for Soho House acquiring new work for all new sites globally and custodian to the permanent collection of nearly 6000 artworks.

Bryan has written and presented television programmes for Sky Arts, Sky Arte Italia, BBC Two and BBC Four. She is the presenter of Inside Art and a judge on the annual Sky Arts competition programmes Portrait Artist of the Year and Landscape Artist of the Year.
Access requirements
Gender neutral toilet Many of the floors are made of original timbers so we do not permit high heels in the house. The space is small, so we ask that visitors do not come with large bags or are prepared to leave bags in a safe space on the ground floor of the house. The house is a Grade II private residence with numerous stairs and narrow passageways, and we regret that wheelchair or step free access is not possible. We welcome babes in arms. There is no age restriction for tours, but in the interests of health and safety we ask that children are accompanied by an adults

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