London Art Collective (LAC) was founded in London, UK in 2018 with the aim of providing a platform for independent artists worldwide to showcase and promote their work. Over the years, LAC has gradually gathered global artistic resources and become a mainstream art exhibition organiser. To date, LAC has signed up over 150 global artists.
Since 2020, LAC's partners have shifted their focus from independent artists to museums and galleries. Between 2020 and 2022, LAC has held over 20 art exhibitions on various themes, covering numerous art forms and styles, including painting, sculpture, photography, installation art, etc. The daily attendance at the exhibitions exceeded a thousand people. LAC has also established deep partnerships with over 30 British galleries, and strategic partnerships with major UK institutions such as the National Gallery and the Tate. At the same time, LAC has received abundant support from local British art funds, banks, and auction houses, and its professionalism and influence in the art market have continued to rise.
Commencing in 2023, LAC has launched a global youth artist support programme and cooperated with art institutions to provide young artists with global exhibition opportunities.
The mission of LAC is to convey a more diverse range of ideas and values through the power of art, providing audiences with unique aesthetic experiences and spiritual resonance.