Sean Worrall reviews Kate Bickmore’s solo exhibition ‘Unfurling’ at Annka Kultys Gallery in Organ Thing, describing the body of work as something ‘to unfurl and enjoy, to explore, to dive into’ and remarking that ‘it does almost feel revolutionary’.Continue reading “THE ORGAN | 29 July 2022”
Kate Bickmore’s second solo show at ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY, ‘Unfurling’, is featured in GalleriesNow.Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 27 May 2022”
Barb Power discusses Kate Bickmore’s floral collaboration with fashion brand Karen Millen in an article encouraging colourful statement clothing and artist partnerships.
Continue reading “INDEPENDENT | 15 January 2022”
Purple Art reports on the Hannah Barry group exhibition “Tree and Leaf” that features paintings by Kate Bickmore.
Continue reading “PURPLE | 23 December 2021”
FAD Magazine’s Mark Westall Reviews ‘Tree andLeaf’ group exhibition at Hannah Barry that features the work of Kate Bickmore.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 19 November 2021”
Art writer Jonathan Travis has described Kate Bickmore’s show at Annka Kultys Gallery as “a knockout debut solo” in an Instagram post.
Continue reading “INSTAGRAM | 21 September 2021”
Kate Bickmore’s current exhibition, In Season, at Annka Kultys Gallery has been named as a “must-see” by Sean Worrall from Organ Thing.
Continue reading “ORGAN THING | 18 September 2021”
GalleriesNow announces In Season, Kate Bickmore’s first solo exhibition with ANNKA KULTY’S GALLERY.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 17 SEPTEMBER 2021”
Jasper Spires from FAD Magazine has reviewed Kate Bickmore’s In Season, the recent RCA graduate’s first solo exhibition in the UK, on show at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 13 SEPTEMBER 2021”
Kate Bickmore has been interviewed by Karuna Priya from Akanista Mindfulness about the role meditation has played in her practice.
Continue reading “AKANISTA MINDFULNESS | June 2021”
Triggered Economics, a group exhibition featuring Kate Bickmore, has been given a 5-star review by Protagonist Magazine writer Daen Palma Huse.
Continue reading “PROTAGONIST MAGAZINE | JUNE 2021”
Renée Pfister Art & Gallery Consultancy have mentioned Kate Bickmore’s work in their review of the group show Triggered Economics at 34 Bruton Street.
Continue reading “RENÉE PFISTER ART & GALLERY CONSULTANCY | May 2021”
Shannon Forrester, a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art, has singled out Kate Bickmore’s work in an extensive research paper about the reparative turn in contemporary art practice.
Continue reading “ART/RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL | February 2020”
Kate Bickmore has been interviewed by Art Oneida about the installation of her sculpture in Hamilton College, Stairway to Enlightenment.
Continue reading “ART ONEIDA | 2016”
Kate Bickmore has spoken to the Hamilton Spectator about the portrayal of the female body in Pre-Raphaelite painting.
Continue reading “HAMILTON SPECTATOR | 14 February 2014”
Hamilton College News has interviewed Kate Bickmore on her most recent paintings, which explore the trope of the ‘femme fatale’ in the 19th century.
Continue reading “HAMILTON COLLEGE NEWS | 19 August 2013”