Contemporary Art Forum —— Starting International Careers: A Guide for Emerging Artists
Central to our initiative is the forum themed "Starting International Careers: A Guide forEmerging Artists". We extend invitations to researchers, gallerists, institution directors and curators based in Paris and London to share their insights and experience guiding emerging artists towards begin their career internationally and help them to continual innovation, navigating the current art ecology, addressing challenges, and reflecting on and practicing strategies in the contemporary context.
ROTOR —— The Le Carrousel du Louvre Contemporary Art Exhibition 2024
London Art Collective (LAC) honour to present the yearly major exhibition “ROTOR —— The Le Carrousel du Louvre Contemporary ArtExhibition 2024”, from 21st February to 22nd February 2024. Organised in collaboration with le Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, Atelier Véron, Ricardo Fernandes Gallery, and Sobering Galerie.
Threads of Thought: Emily Lazerwitz's Artistic Mathematics
We are delighted to explore the studio of Emily Lazerwitz, as killed artist adept in both technology and textile arts. Born in 1991 inWashington D.C. (USA), Emily effortlessly integrates her passion for text, language, coding, data, and the meticulous crafts of knitting and tufting, creating a seamless symphony of creativity.
Nihonga Fusion: Elena Shkvarkina's Contemporary Practice
The encounter provided a unique insight into Shkvarkina's captivating painting process, revealing the seamless integration of traditional pigments and paper into a contemporary artistic expression.
Endless Imagination: The Sculptural World of Ellie Niblock
The London Art Collective (LAC) had the honor of visiting the studio of acclaimed artist Ellie Niblock on 20th November. During this exclusive engagement, Niblock generously shared her latest works and offered insights derived from her inaugural collaboration with LAC during the 2023 London Design Festival.
“ROTOR” —— The Le Carrousel du Louvre Contemporary Art Exhibition 2024
"ROTOR: Eternal Renewal" aims to encourage practitioners to experiment with, form, and even lead a new wave of contemporary art. The exhibition will present a diverse collection of artworks from the new generation, embedding the essence of "2024" within the temporal nodes.