Our group exhibition Through the Looking Glass symbolizes the idea of viewing oneself and the world through a unique lens. It implies a shift in perspective, where the known becomes unfamiliar, and new understandings emerge. Within this exhibition, each artist of our 9 artists provides a unique “looking glass” into their own experiences, presenting a tapestry of juxtaposed realities.

October 30 – November 5
139 Whitfield Street, London, W1T 5EN

Révéler curated by Emie Diamond presents a survey of the modern figure freed from classical archetypes. The exhibition explores form through use of silhouetting, obscuring and abstracting to reveal the essence of a subject.

Réveler portrays the delicate balance of concealing versus exposing and inspires reflection on the current state of women in art. The female figure in art reveals a composite of societies’ aesthetic, ideology, and values. Historical depictions were often tied to mythological narratives, which subjugated sensuality and subverted the ‘real’ woman.

We are delighted to present our first ever partnership in Hong Kong with Seefood Room Latent Dreaming.

In this group show, the West meets the East in the city of Hong Kong to create a vibrant fusion. The artworks act as the physical manifestation of the softness and clemency experienced in the dreamlike state, allowing the artists to showcase their brilliance as audiences indulge in the lucid sensation. This spring, step into the subconscious with us and experience what it feels like to be Latent Dreaming.

This May, we are delighted to announce our first benefit sale of 2023 for Mental Health Awareness Month. Each of our 20 artists in the sale have created a new work inspired by their own mental health. A portion of the proceeds from this sale will be donated to Samaritans to support their efforts in providing services to anyone struggling to cope and campaigning to make suicide prevention a priority.

Every 10 seconds, Samaritans responds to a call for help, making sure people have somewhere to turn to when they need to most.

This month, AucArt welcomes Contemporary Art Collectors founder, Art advisor and all-round art enthusiast, Vera Bertran.  Life does not just mean the years a person lived but includes their relationships with the world around them. As a result of our view of the external world, we form our core beliefs about reality. What our perception suggests becomes our reality.

Although the word “queer” was first employed in homophobic discourses during the 1980s HIV/AIDS crisis, activists embraced it to transform it into the now preferred term for many LGBT people owing to its lack of a clear definition and the spirit of societal defiance it implies. This month, AucArt’s sale pays attribute to queer artists who have embraced self-empowered narratives that challenge prevailing theories of gender, race, class, and sexuality. With this in heart, we’ve picked 5 artists from our roster to accompany them on their journey of exploration of identity through their art.

Ones to Watch, AucArt’s new exhibition at AucArt, presents ten new emerging artists curated by our Founder & CEO Natasha Arselan. “I am delighted to present this short list of artists that I am fascinated & inspired by. Since my mission in creating AucArt has been to share my love for discovering artists bursting with truth, talent & promise, I give you; Ones to Watch”  


Curated by Jeanette Gunnarson, Whispers presents a group of exciting new talents and emerging Swedish artists, many presented internationally for the first time through AucArt. The works of Ellen Macke Alström, Duda Bebek, Lisa Liljeström, Ingrid Segring, and Hampus Wernemyr are threaded together to explore fragmentation, nostalgic remembrance, and folkloric tales. A thin veil separates us from our physically lived reality and something beyond. A world that is felt, imagined, created, and remembered.

This month, AucArt are thrilled to announce their first Saudi Arabian artist sale, Kingdom Emerging الناشئة المملكة ‘curated by Marriam Mossalli, Founder of Saudi Arabia’s leading luxury communications consultancy, Niche Arabia alongside Dorian May, Co-Founder of Niche Arabia Art. Recognising Saudi as a region bursting with young creatives, she set up an initiative connecting young local creatives with international brands and companies to accurately portray the Saudi point of aesthetic. For Marriam Mossalli, allowing young Saudi creatives the freedom to tell their own story without others assuming their voices is crucial to changing the cultural landscape of modern Saudi Arabia.


Curated by William Lim, Fever was aptly conceived in a summer of rising temperatures, highlighting the potent sensorial and psychological capacities of heat. This meandering selection illuminates heat as a mercurial energy, evoking its piercing dualities. These works dive into incendiary spaces of yearning and questioning, highlighting the boiling points of urban existence and identity. They underscore the heated pressures of inseverable ties, the warm resonance of roots, and the fierce solemnity of ritual.

This month AucArt welcomes guest curator, designer and social activist Franklin Ayzenberg. Their show, FROM HEAVEN, welcomes 6 brand new artists to the AucArt roster who explore elements of fantasy through design, fashion and works on paper.  FROM HEAVEN is an online exhibition about the concept of an adult playground. The show was born out of Frank’s obsession with gender-queer people and their innate tendency to exist beyond what has been understood as reality.

AucArt welcomes UCCA’s Director of Development & Creative Strategy Christina You to curate this month’s sale Timestamps.“The works curated represent timestamps of significant moments in my life, in other words all the pieces have to speak to me instinctively. It’s said that when you look at things in a visceral way, new neural pathways open up in your brain. Art is not only to hang on the wall but there to help us understand the power of self-expression. I have always enjoyed being friends with artists since early days in my job. I would like to dedicate this event to my late grandmother who passed away on the day when this online exhibition was planned to go live.”

The sky, the sea, a flame, the veins pulsing through our bodies; blue bears the intensity to arrest us all with its pervasiveness and depth. This month, AucArt’s sale pays homage to International Klein Blue (IKB) developed in the 1960s by artist Yves Klein alongside Edouard Adam, a Parisian colour vendor. IKB is reliant on the ultramarine pigment found from lapis lazuli, a mineral sourced from the mountains in northern Afghanistan. Few artists have dedicated themselves to the discovery of one colour, an intensely saturated velvety pigment, which Klein believed transversed past materiality.  

This month AucArt collaborates with Finder to explore the differences and affinities within artists’ formal, thematic and iconographic languages, in turn cultivating a discourse on the work of 25 emerging international artists. Finder is a visual project started by Laura Di Teodoro in 2018 and its focus is to create dialogues between artworks and contemporary visual references. These relationships are formed on the basis of morphological and semantic relations, i.e. connections are based on the form, structure and messages within the works. Whilst some associations are more obvious, like those made between colour, others are more illusive, such as the reflection of a shape, decontextualized. 

When asked to curate an art sale for AucArt, ‘Love’ was at the forefront of guest curator Bolanle Tajudeen’s mind. She had spent time reading ‘Love In Colour’ by Bolu Babalola and Symona’s Still Single by Lisa Bent. Having received so much emotional intensity and desire by browsing ‘Who is Loving You’, a collection of love stories by women of colour edited by Sareeta Domingo. Sareeta’s short-story titled, ‘The waves will carry us back’ occurred on the shores of a beach where two strangers from different sides of the globe find love in a fated tragedy. 

In Dialogue II provides the second part AucArt’s sale: In Dialogue; a collaboration with Finder which explores the differences and affinities within artists’ formal, thematic and iconographic languages, in turn cultivating a discourse on the work of 25 emerging international artists. Whilst the layout of the sale permits the viewer to draw connections between the works, so too does the nature of a two-part sale. Much like the works themselves, Part I and Part II are similarly “in dialogue” with one another.

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. 

This month AucArt welcomes guest curator, Lizzy Vartanian Collier. Nestled at the crossroads of East and West, Armenia is a small mountainous country, rich in culture, history, tradition and legend. Despite more Armenians living outside of their homeland than within its borders, the Armenian identity and connection to the land endures. For many Armenians, Armenia is a mythical, magical place, one that we experience through photographs, music, nursery rhymes and food. 

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.

Waiting has been a part of human life for thousands of years. Although it is often considered an annoyance, time spent waiting is much more than simply ‘unused’ or lost time. Waiting provides an opportunity for reflection, creativity, deceleration and mindfulness. It opens up a realm of unimagined possibilities. With this sale, AucArt is exploring this complex and universal theme with a selection of works that are meditations on distance and waiting, both perceived as uncomfortable feelings exposing us to the uncertainty of things to come.

AucArt welcomes GLOBART Advisory co-founders Zeynep Utku and Deniz Caglar to curate this month’s sale showcasing works from 9 female artists without discrimination toward race, age, class, sexual, spiritual or political orientation. Among the artists featured in the  sale are Aamina Hoosain, Anke Loots, Edith Karlson, Fatima Tayob Moosa, Gabrielle Kruger, Isabella Chydenius, Kim Jackson, Liu Xi and Nina Saunders.

This month, we welcome self-taught botanist, florist and designer, Robbie Honey who has curated ‘Arranged’. Comprising friends and acquaintances nurtured over the years, Honey’s sale explores the works of like-minded artists who share the ability to capture the beauty in the world around us. Whilst some of the works allow the viewer to experience a new sense of wonder within the natural world, others are contemplative and serene; but what they all collectively share is the ability to provoke awe, contemplation and calm, reflection and peace. 

This October, AucArt is delighted to feature a selection of 14 emerging artists in our Piecing Together the Order of Things sale. We present a selection of over 60 artworks that function as a contemporary atlas of images. When assembled in a certain manner,  these images offer us the opportunity to reinterpret the world.

This month, AucArt delves into the realm of realism. Despite its rigorous training, realist painting has been overshadowed by abstract art since it rose to prominence in the 20th century. No longer the dominant style, realism was thought of as less progressive, even regressive. However, these traditional methods which involve painstaking training, have continued to appeal to contemporary artists who have pushed the technique to its limits in dynamically new ways. This sale explores the ongoing discourse of contemporary realist painting and its changing function within modern society. 

This September, AucArt brings together a curated selection of works by our roster of emerging artists. The vivid selection of works range from paintings, tapestries to works on paper.

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. 

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.

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. 

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.

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.

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

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.

Praising artists’ genius, this sale showcases a selection of artworks that emphasise the feeling of hope in our everyday life.

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

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.


Minimal artworks which, in their economy of form and colour, are threaded together by a concise intensity. 

Artworks which, whether through figuration or abstraction, intention or interpretation, arouse erotic desire.

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

Celebrating creativity and new beginnings with bold, vibrant works by our favourite emerging artists.

Figurative painting, sculpture and photography exploring perceptions of race, gender and identity.