WARWICK THORNTON: EVER PRESENT: First Peoples Art of Australia
Warwick Thornton has been included in Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia: an […]Read More
Dozens of galleries have come together to take part in an innovative sale and an online archive foregrounding artists from the Global South.
The sale, called South South Veza, will open with an invite-only live auction on February 3 and 4, 2021, followed by an online viewing room that will be open to the public from February 5 through 10.
It will launch concurrently with South South, a new online forum that will showcase gallery programs and profiles of artists from the Global South, while hosting year-round events seeking to explore alternative art centers within a broader geopolitical context, addressing topics such as decolonization, restitution, and issues arising from the racial justice movement.
“Run by galleries, for galleries, the selling event provides full transparency of the buyer and underbidder, creating new relationships for the gallery to develop,” Liza Essers, Goodman Gallery.
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