Inspire 2022

4th – 16th July 2022

Private view: 7th July, from 6pm (RSVP to

Featuring: Ben Snowden, Brian Reinker, Cath Stocker, Day Bowman, Despina Symeou, Doris Ernst, Eunjung Seo Feleppa, Fran Fell, Katya Kvasova, Laura Fishman, Linda Chapmamn, Lisa-Marie Price, Marigold Plunkett, Mieke Douglas, Miranda Boulton, Naila Hazell, Nirali Patel, Paul Flanders, Sylvia BAHRI, Taya De La Cruz, Teresa Zerafa Byrne

D Contemporary in collaboration with ArtCan are pleased to announce their annual exhibition Inspire 2022.

Bringing together a diverse range of artists exploring the inspiration and positivity of art within today’s society we present a group exhibition celebrating the passion and dedication of contemporary talents. Through a plethora of mediums, showcasing the uniqueness of our exhibiting artists, we desire to provide a platform for artistic expression and creative development, celebrating the strong and shared commitment of both organisations towards a fairer artists’ representation and creative diversity.

To further support this ethos, the Inspire art prize will be awarded to one of the exhibiting artists offering the awardee a solo exhibition at D Contemporary during 2022. The winner will be selected by Tabish Khan, Art Critic and ArtCan Trustee, and D Group Chairman Peter O’Kane.

ArtCan is an artist-led, non-profit arts organisation with members across Britain and internationally whose work is supported by the efforts of artist-member volunteers, contributions from Founder Friends and Friends of ArtCan and with the valued guidance of their Board of Trustees. With a high expertise in producing collaborative art exhibitions in London, across Britain and internationally ArtCan’s exhibitions complement the work of established galleries by enabling talent to gain experience and skills.

ArtCan work with galleries, but also seek new spaces where art becomes a part of everyday life and with the aim of involving audiences in an organic and personal way. ArtCan’s artist-centred ethos means that their model does not involve charging membership fees or commissions on sales, to help artists focus on developing a sustainable practice.

About D Contemporary

The Gallery was set up in 2015 and has since held over 50 exhibitions in what is exceptional space in Mayfair. It focuses on two areas. The first is UK contemporary art, showing both established artists and seeking to actively support emerging British-based talent with the opportunity to exhibit in the heart of London’s W1 gallery district. The second is to attract contemporary art from emerging and high growth markets around the Globe with traditionally less exposure in London but outstanding art. Examples over the years have been Estonia, Kazakhstan, Portugal, South Africa, Belarus, Kurdistan, and Uzbekistan.


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