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This month, AucArt has collaborated with Global head of collections at Soho House, art history, arts broadcaster and writer Kate Bryan. She tells us about her not so easy journey into the art world, buying her first artwork and what she’s learnt during lockdown.

This month we asked Kate Bryan, Soho House’s global Head of Collections, to select her favourite artists from AucArt. Eight of our most promising artists showcase their work in a range of mediums from paint, print, photography, sculpture and design.

Chinese artist, Salome Wu, spent her early life moving around Singapore, Tokyo and Beijing, eventually settling in London at the age of 19. Wu pays homage to her own experiences, engaging with ideas on religion, psychology and philosophy, incorporating her background in calligraphy in order to establish an ever-evolving interpretation of personal mythology. 

Finnish artist and designer, Milla Vaahtera, creates sculptural mobiles crafted from brass and glass, made by hand from scratch. Exploring the interfaces of sculpture and design the artist questions emotion, sexuality and appropriations of space. The final product is created through the artist’s ability to listen to the materials she uses.

g.r.i.d.l.o.c.k is an acronym for seven emerging Black artists. Curated by Ashleigh Barice, this sale is an embodiment of gratitude through action.

Despite the cancellation of most degree shows, AucArt has brought together a selection of tales from around the country for our global community to enjoy.

Curated by Edoardo Monti, featuring works by twenty contemporary artists. As a proud Italian, Edoardo dedicates his first online curatorial project to his compatriots.

A sale featuring geometric abstraction artworks, based on the use of simple geometric forms placed in non-illusionistic spaces in non-objective compositions.

Figurative and abstract paintings focusing on the gaze, a deeply personal perspective with which we interpret the world around us.

Showcasing a selection of works by emerging artists who share a vision of our digital-fuelled reality through a less traditional artistic approach.

This sale features colourful abstract paintings and sculptures driven by instinct and feeling, interconnecting sensations.

A curated selection of figurative painting, sculpture and photography exploring perceptions of race, gender and identity.

g.r.i.d.l.o.c.k is an acronym for seven emerging Black artists. Curated by Ashleigh Barice, this selection is an embodiment of gratitude through action.

Geometric abstraction artworks, based on the use of simple geometric forms placed in non-illusionistic spaces in non-objective compositions.

Figurative and abstract paintings focusing on the gaze, a deeply personal perspective with which we interpret the world around us.

Colourful abstract painting and sculpture driven by instinct and feeling, interconnecting sensations.

Artist Interviews

In the studio with Anna Skladmann, whose artistic practise sits somewhere between photography, print and scanning techniques influenced by the first expressions of photography.

Artist Interviews

British artist Alba Hodsoll explores sexuality at the forefront of her graphic works, from the use of crisp lineatures to restrained colour palettes. We met with Alba to tell us more about her upbringing, practice, and journey to the artist she is today.

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