This two-day course includes sessions with lectures, museum and gallery visits highlighting major collectors, dealers, and museums in the city from the late 19th century to the present.
Schedule and topics are subject to change.
Katie joined Christie’s London in July 2012. She holds a MA (Hons) degree in Chinese from the University of Edinburgh and completed a Masters in History of Art and Archaeology of East Asia with distinction at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, in 2016. She recently returned to London after a 6 month secondment to the Chinese art department in Christie’s New York, where she worked on the important sale of The Irving Collection. She speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese and has spent time living and studying in Singapore, Mainland China, and Taiwan. She became a Christie’s auctioneer in 2018 and conducts auctions bi-lingually in English and Mandarin.
Rosemary Scott is Senior International Academic Consultant of Christie's Asian Art Department. Before joining Christie's, she was Curator of the Percival David Foundation and Head of the Museums Department of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Prior to this, she was Deputy Keeper of the Burrell Collection in Glasgow and responsible for their Oriental Art collections. Rosemary is former President of the London Oriental Ceramic Society.