Bella Kesoyan is an Art historian, Writer,

and Editor based in London.

Bella Kesoyan

Bella works with artists and curators to analyse and !nterpret the works of art for exhibitions & private collections.

Her inaugural publication ‘THE Sublime in Nature’ conceived in collaboration with a renowned curator Daniel Malarkey received
THE BEST BOOK award at the Digital Printer Awards 2021. This limited-edition catalogue was conceived for an exhibition introducing up- & -coming contemporary artists to London art world alongside internationally renowned female artists such as

Celia Paul, Claude Lalanne and Gladys Nilsson.

Bella’s most recent writing project ‘THE FIRST BRONZES’ accompanied a singular one-evening exhibition of Tancredi di Carcaci at the

Sir Jon Soane’s Museum

In 2021 Bella started a PhD

Programme at the Courtauld

Institute of Art focusing on the

impact of mid-twentieth

century French livres

d’artiste ateliers on

American contemporary
artists’ books.
Bella received her MA at the university of Manchester, Sotheby’s Institute of art in 2018.
Her thesis on the evolution of the notion of


in the twentieth century Russian Art

covers prominent Russian modern and contemporary artists like
EL Lissitzky, Alexander De!neka and Ilya Kabakov.
In 2022 Bella also took took
a Non-Executive Director position
at the exclusive art collector’s community Preview.

Bella also holds MSc degrees from Cass Business School


London Business School.

Bella was born in Yerevan, Armenia in 1989 …,

Prior to engaging with

the art industry she

spent 3 years on the trading

floor in HSBC covering 

UK corporate clients.