Jacky Klein

Art Historian

Jacky Klein is an art historian, author and broadcaster. She co-presented ‘Britain’s Lost Masterpieces’ for BBC4 with Bendor Grosvenor in 2016, travelling the UK to discover some of the greatest lost paintings in the national collections. She has contributed to a range of programmes for BBC TV and radio, the Art Fund and Bloomberg TV, and she regularly broadcasts live for the auction house Christie’s.

As a curator at the Courtauld and Hayward galleries, she worked on a range of exhibitions on artists from Rubens to Wyndham Lewis, Quentin Blake to Antony Gormley. In 2008, she moved into the world of art publishing as Commissioning Editor at Thames & Hudson. Jacky is now Commissioning Editor-at-Large at Tate Publishing, overseeing the gallery’s art and children’s books. She is the author of Grayson Perry and co-author of a number of books including Body of Art and What is Contemporary Art? A Children’s Guide.



Videos Related to Jacky Klein

Cézanne: ‘The Father of Modern Art’

Cézanne: ‘The Father of Modern Art’ 14:15 mins
play_arrow PLAY NOW

Jacky Klein discusses how a recluse from the French countryside became the first Modern painter.