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 (61)

Wunderwall Initiative Promotes Emerging Artists
Article date: Saturday, April 4, 2020

Wunderwall Initiative Promotes Emerging Artists

As the art world experiences unprecedented upheaval and lack of income, initiatives that support artists and champion new names in the industry are helping to bring attention to the work of the artists themselves.

Amyart.app – The Independent Cloud-Based Art Management Application
Article date: Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Amyart.app – The Independent Cloud-Based Art Management Application

Like almost every other industry, the art world is doing its best to become digital – quickly. The team behind Amyart.app have been working in the world of professional art for several years. Together, they decided to create a tool to help art enthusiasts and dealers manage and present their work.

ArtDependence Welcomes Tyr Baudouin Lowet de Wotrenge
Article date: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

ArtDependence Welcomes Tyr Baudouin Lowet de Wotrenge

We are excited to announce that Tyr Baudouin Lowet de Wotrenge will be joining the ArtDependence editorial team this spring. Tyr is a 33 year old art dealer who owns his own gallery in Antwerp. The gallery is open by appointment only and once a year Tyr hosts an exhibition to highlight an aspect of his collection.

Louise Mertens On
Article date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Louise Mertens On

Belgian artist Louise Mertens is known for her eye for aesthetics and her unique, sophisticated take on capturing the human form. Early on in her career, she opened a fine art studio in Antwerp where she creates works that translate her visual world and become a trademark of herself.

Richard Nagy on Why Art Basel Hong Kong Can’t Go Ahead
Article date: Friday, January 31, 2020

Richard Nagy on Why Art Basel Hong Kong Can’t Go Ahead

Art Basel Hong Kong is one of Asia’s most well known international fairs, but organisers are under pressure to cancel amidst fears of the spread of the coronavirus. 88,000 people visited the fair in 2019.

5 Ukrainian Photographers to Watch in 2020
Article date: Friday, December 27, 2019

5 Ukrainian Photographers to Watch in 2020

The Ukrainian arts scene is increasingly making its mark. Painter Ivan Marchuk was featured in The Daily Telegraph’s list of top 100 living geniuses. Oleg Tistol’s work is internationally recognized. He represented the Ukraine in the Sao Paulo Art Biennale in 1994 and the Venice Biennale in 2001. Eugenia Gapchinska’s adorable chubby angels have started a national meme that is quickly moving into international consciousness.

The Symbolism of The Baby in Keith Haring’s Work
Article date: Friday, December 13, 2019

The Symbolism of The Baby in Keith Haring’s Work

Perhaps one of the most recognizable image from Haring’s work, the radiant baby is a simple outline of a baby or person crawling on the floor on their hands and knees with lines emanating from them. Haring himself has commented that for him this baby represents youthful innocence, purity and goodness.

Simon Hewitt on Leonardo da Vinci and The Book of Doom
Article date: Thursday, December 5, 2019

Simon Hewitt on Leonardo da Vinci and The Book of Doom

In October Hewitt released his new book, Leonardo da Vinci and The Book of Doom, investigating the subject of Leonardo’s beautiful and haunting portrait of Bianca Sforza known as La Bella Principessa, and comprehensively debunking claims made in 2015 by British artist and convicted forger Shaun Greenhalgh to have produced the work himself.

Symbolism of the Earring in the Girl with a Pearl Earring
Article date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Symbolism of the Earring in the Girl with a Pearl Earring

As far as historical records show, Vermeer did not leave Delft for any significant amount of time. Could this girl with her pearl earring and far away stare represent Vermeer himself, confined by the canvas and by the art itself, but dreaming and longing for far distant lands and adventures?

Turner Prize: The Bets Are Open
Article date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Turner Prize: The Bets Are Open

Betting website SkyBet have released odds for the winner of the Turner Prize 2019. The finalists are Oscar Murillo, Tai Shani, Helen Cammock and Lawrence Abu Hamdan. This year’s Turner Prize exhibition is currently being presented at the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate until January 12th, 2020.

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Linda Brooks - Fantasy Volumes and Landscapes, after Form III, 1976. Albright-Knox Art Gallery - © Linda Brooks.

Linda Brooks - Fantasy Volumes and Landscapes, after Form III, 1976. Albright-Knox Art Gallery - © Linda Brooks.

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