This is a unique global art project featuring artists working in more than 40 countries. The goal of the project is to improve access to art and to provide new opportunities for artists. The exhibition features fine art, photography, performance, filmmaking, sound recording, sculpture and many forms of artistic media.
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This exhibition features artwork by more than 150 artists from around the world. Each piece has its own unique ID number. You can use this number to find an artwork and instantly teleport to its location in the exhibition. Open the link below to see all of the artists invovled.
View a list of all the artists featured in the Open Art 2019 exhibition
Open Art 2019 will be organising workshops and pop-up exhibitions in the coming months and into 2020. Sign up to receive our newsletter and find out about it first.
We also have an exciting new project starting in 2020. It will be a combination of art and science…on the topic of climate change and the effect that humans are having on the planet. The title of our next artistic project will be “Human/Nature”. It will include an open call for fine artists, photographers, filmmakers, graphic artists and also unconventional forms of creative expression, such as screenshotting and memes.
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Based in the London, we are able to offer face to face meetings and demonstrations in the UK.
We also offer live demonstrations via Skype.
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