Kate Neave is a curator and art writer based in London.
Kate recently launched Her Prints a project commissioning limited edition risograph prints from early-career female artists.
Kate curates independently. Her most recent exhibition Poem of the Pillow (2017) featured new work by Jessie Makinson and Beatrice Lettice Boyle. Previous curatorial projects include Rose-Tinted Rupture (2016) an on-paper exhibition for Twin Magazine featuring artists including Karla Black and May Hands and A Crazed Flowering (2015) with Freya Douglas-Morris, Nicholas Johnson and Lucy Whitford.
Kate assisted in the curation of Manifesta 11, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art held in Zurich in 2016 and helped curating the Soho House art collection in Chicago, Istanbul and London. She was also Curator at the Florence Trust from 2014-16.
Kate also writes on contemporary art for publications including Dazed Magazine, Twin Magazine, Good Trouble and Sleek Magazine. She was Editor of the Converse x Dazed Emerging Artists Award 2015 creating content for Dazed Magazine and Dazed Digital in conjunction with the award.
Kate holds an MA in History of Art from the University of Cambridge and an MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute in London. She has previously worked at Southard Reid Gallery, Josh Lilley Gallery and Modus Operandi Art Consultants.
For more details and requests please contact Kate.