Kitty Jackson

Kitty Jackson, UK (senior writer)
Kitty Jackson has worked as an arts journalist and writer for more than 10 years. She began her career as an Editorial Assistant at WhatsOnStage.com before moving to IdeasTap to become Assistant Editor. After four years Kitty moved towards digital content and began working with leading PR firm PHA Media, helping them to establish a digital department before moving to iProspect, where she was embedded within the digital content team creating content for leading brands including The Body Shop, Thomas Cook and British Gas. Kitty is now excited to return to the world of arts journalism at ArtDependence.

Articles (25)

Symbolism in Art: Anish Kapoor – Mirrors
Article date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Symbolism in Art: Anish Kapoor – Mirrors

Mirrors have always taken a prominent and symbolic role in myth and fairytale. Narcissus fell in love with his own reflection in the mirror of a still lake, whilst the wicked stepmother would ask her mirror to flatter her with her famous line ‘mirror, mirror on the wall…”

Symbolism in Art: The Cow
Article date: Thursday, February 1, 2018

Symbolism in Art: The Cow

Damien Hirst is a central figure in contemporary art. One of the wealthiest living artists, his work divides opinions and he has become synonymous with shock value an displays of dead or decaying animal corpses.

Article date: Monday, January 8, 2018

10 Exhibitions to Visit in 2018

As 2018 starts to settle in, ArtDependence has selected 10 exhibitions that we’re most excited to visit over the next 12 months.

Symbolism in Art: The Pumpkin
Article date: Friday, January 5, 2018

Symbolism in Art: The Pumpkin

“I would confront the spirit of the pumpkin, forgetting everything else and concentrating my mind entirely on the form before me…I spent as much as a month facing a single pumpkin.” Yayoi Kusama.

M HKA (Antwerp, Belgium) Prepares for the Future
Article date: Thursday, January 4, 2018

M HKA (Antwerp, Belgium) Prepares for the Future

The M HKA Museum of Contemporary Art in Antwerp has installed a new board and is also overseen by Museum Director Bart De Baere and Museum President Herman De Bode.

Artdependence Magazine Purchases The Original Seated Ballerina
Article date: Thursday, December 28, 2017

Artdependence Magazine Purchases The Original Seated Ballerina

A piece of beautiful Soviet-era porcelain, depicting a ballerina adjusting her footwear whilst sitting on a stall, became one of the most talked-about pieces of Ukrainian art from the last decade in 2017.

Symbolism: The Colour Green
Article date: Friday, December 22, 2017

Symbolism: The Colour Green

English orientalist painter John Frederick Lewis (1805-1876) developed a fascination with the Near East and took pains to represent the sights and the people he encountered in the region in an honest and positive light.

In the Line of Fire: Museums and Art Institutions in California Survive Thomas Fire
Article date: Tuesday, December 19, 2017

In the Line of Fire: Museums and Art Institutions in California Survive Thomas Fire

California is currently experiencing one of the largest wildfires in its history.

Armory Show Director Stepped Down Over Harassment Allegations
Article date: Thursday, November 9, 2017

Armory Show Director Stepped Down Over Harassment Allegations

Artdependence Magazine has been reading about sexual harassment allegations at Artforum and Artnet/ Armory Show. We believe in looking at the facts. Just because there are some rotten apples in the basket, it doesn’t meant the entire basket is rotten. The magazines are distinct from the behaviour of their Directors. Artnet and Artforum are well-respected magazines and we hope to see them continue to be respected.

Ecce Homo in Antwerp: Empowering Women Through the Work of Male Artists?
Article date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Ecce Homo in Antwerp: Empowering Women Through the Work of Male Artists?

Internationally, the art world is well aware that it has a problem with under-representation of female artists, but it seems the jury is still very much out when it comes to addressing that problem. A study by the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin recently looked at this problem in the German context, finding that women comprised 48% of the cultural workforce in Germany, but held only 21% of the top management positions. Most alarmingly, two thirds of those studying arts and humanities subjects at Universities were female. Clearly there is no lack of desire amongst the female population to engage with the art world. So where is it all going wrong?

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Museo Jumex (a private art collection based in Mexico City, Mexico) / David Chipperfield. Image © Simon Menges

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