Kate Reeve-Edwards is an art writer and author. Coming from a family of fine artists, she has acquired a distinctive insight, enabling her to analyse, truly inhabit, and interpret the artist’s process. Her writing style is an amalgamation between the academic and the poetic, which has been thoroughly influenced by her BA in English and Creative Writing, and MA in Shakespeare and the Early Modern, both acquired from Goldsmiths University.
Through writing, she inhabits the position of the artist in question. Through a process of in-depth interviews, Reeve-Edwards chases artist’s thought patterns, beliefs, processes, and inspirations, to write a piece that harmonises with their artistic line-of-enquiry. This ability to analyse and ingest the artist’s position, enables her to sensitively transcribe how and why the artist creates, writing to the centre of the work.
Reeve-Edwards has written for a range of successful artists and galleries, such as Richard Cook, David Mankin, Polly Penrose, Pippa Young, Cornwall Contemporary, and Moncrieff-Bray. She has published two art books, David Mankin- Remembering in Paint (2021), and Painting Abstract Landscapes (2021).
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