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Curation at Art W

Curation is the heart of Art W. Through professionally-curated VIP tours at major international art fairs, personalized collector curation services and exhibition partnerships, Art W aims to introduce collectors, corporations and institutions to new and noteworthy artworks by women. 

Past Art W VIP tours have encompassed works by such luminaries as Lalla Essaydi, Judy Chicago, Ellen Carey, Hung Liu, Kathy Butterly, and Beth Lipman at some of the most prestigious art fairs around the world. Such tours have included Art Miami, Miami Project and Art15 London, having highlighted works by extraordinary women artists in all mediums. Learn more. 

Excerpted still from 'WATERSHED', Anita Glesta, 2015. Learn more about this project.

Excerpted still from 'WATERSHED', Anita Glesta, 2015. Learn more about this project.

Art W is pleased to launch a new curatorial endeavor, working with institutions, corporations and private collectors one-on-one to expand their art collections with significant works by the most exceptionally talented women artists working today. Art W offers professional curation services, connecting collectors and corporations with leading women artists and galleries from around the world.

Our clients will be offered a handpicked selection of works by women artists chosen from an international pool of talent and curated by the Art W team.

Through these various curatorial activities, Art W continues to foster ongoing appreciation and a growing market for women artists.

 

OUR PARTNERS

Alexis Hunter, 'Fear of the Intellectual Wife', 1987. from New Hall Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.

Alexis Hunter, 'Fear of the Intellectual Wife', 1987. from New Hall Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.

Our international partner network includes the New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge—the largest collection in Europe of works by women artists. Learn more about Art W's partnership with University of Cambridge

Ineke Van Der Wal, 'Red Diptych', 1991,  from New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge

Ineke Van Der Wal, 'Red Diptych', 1991,  from New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge