This November AucArt welcomes guest curator, French Israeli and singer-songwriter Petite Meller. In conjunction with her latest single, ‘Dying Out of Love’, Petite welcomes 3 brand new mixed-media artists to the AucArt roster. Spotlighting in Editorial Fashion, all three artists not only have a distinct understanding of colour and figure, but also share a close relationship.
Friend of the Artist is a platform and quarterly print publication dedicated to showcasing the work of talented emerging artists from all over the world. Each volume is curated by a panel of experienced jurors. During these turbulent times when our “normal” continues to evolve, we find this particular volume of FOA to be relevant to the overall practice of viewing art.
Beirut Ma Betmout, a sweet, self-explanatory Arabic rhyme. On August 4, 2020, a large amount of ammonium nitrate stored in Beirut’s port exploded; the entire city, and much of the country, felt the thud, heard the sirens and saw the blood. Gemmayze, Achrafieh and Mar Mikhael were particularly hard hit. These areas are, or were, home to many artists and their studios, independent bookshops, coffee shops, small bars and restaurants where creatives would gather, unwind and exchange ideas.
Founder of Museum 2050, Nicole Ching to guest curate our latest sale ‘Re:orient’. Ching’s passion is unlocking the potential of private museums in China, provoking discussion amongst young museum professionals, whilst advocating a stronger art’s curricula in Chinese education.
AucArt is delighted to announce September’s guest curator, poet & model, Sonny Hall. ‘This Butterfly We Tried To Anaesthetize’ show features seven emerging artist’s close to Hall’s heart who breathe the same language, sharing the same “sinuous and sacrificial process” as one another.
Alongside this month’s sale, AucArt has commissioned Hall’s latest mesmerising text.
This August, AucArt brings together a curated selection of over 70 new works by 10 emerging artists from all over the globe, from the UK, France, all the way to Iran, Mexico, Taiwan and Russia. This range of vibrant works range from paintings, collage to works on paper.
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.
A sale curated by Edoardo Monti, featuring works by twenty contemporary, artists. As a proud Italian, yet a citizen of the world, Edoardo dedicates his first online curatorial project to his compatriots.
Figurative painting, sculpture and photography exploring perceptions of race, gender and identity.