Upcoming and Live Now
2nd July 2022 – 2nd January 2023
America Square Conference Centre
17 Crosswall, One America Square, London EC3N 2LB
Curated by Ernesto Romano
Private View: 24th August 2022
Fronteer Independent Art Fair
26th – 29th August 2022
Contemporary Art Space Chester (CASC)
Peace | Resilience – Participating artists: Lawrence Mathias, Rian Hotton, Rosso Emerald Crimson, Sandy Layton, Todd Stuart, Kate Enters
July 2022 – February 2023
The Shard, London
Curated by Kate Enters
Part of the generous CSR programme for Kroll, this exhibition will bring fresh contemporary art to new audiences at their offices in the iconic Shard.
July 2022 – February 2023
The News Building, London
Curated by Kate Enters
Part of the generous CSR programme for Kroll, this exhibition will bring fresh contemporary art to new audiences at their offices in the News Building in London – sometimes called the ‘Baby Shard’!
May – December 2022
Curated by: Brian Reinker – Caroline Wheaton – Christian Gastaldi – Claire Chandler – Emmanuelle Orr – Katya Kvasova
In response to Kroll’s global Corporate Social Responsibility program, ArtCan will fill the company’s new Paris office with vibrant and exciting contemporary art. ‘Ensemble 01’ contains a carefully curated selection of artist members’ work: demonstrating the scope and variation of styles and approaches of the artists.
Set in the heart of the capital, the Paris Kroll office is no stranger to the art community. In fact, the entire business hub is one giant art piece signed by Felice Varini: the visual artist famous for his work in anamorphosis, whose colourful, strategically placed, and playful lines have given a soul to its brick canvas.
April – November 2022
Kroll, New York
Curated by: Nirali Patel, Judith Burrows, Heather Burwell, Todd Stuart & Catherine Greenwood, supported by: Day Bowman, Christine Manderla & Agathe Bouton
Part of the generous CSR programme for Kroll, Explore 01 will launch in the company’s the brand new headquarters in New York. We also exhibit with Kroll at the Shard and News Buildings in London and will be heading to Paris in spring 2022. This is a unique opportunity to engage with art lovers through a carefully curated exhibition.
4th – 16th July 2022
Curated by: Kate Enters and Will Coups
From ArtCan with Love 2022
One Night Only!
22nd June 2022, 6.30pm GMT
Our annual postcard fundraiser returns! It will be fastest fingers first to snap up one-of-a-kind original artworks donated by our talented members, for just £40 each… and if you’re a Friend of ArtCan, you get early access!
If you missed the event, we still have a few postcards for sale…
Supermarket Stockholm 2022
26th – 29th May 2022
SUPERMARKET – Stockholm Independent Art Fair is an international art fair for artist-run initiatives. Supermarket is dedicated to exhibiting artist-run spaces, artists’ collectives, nomadic spaces and independent artists’ initiatives of all shapes and from around the world. The key aim is to display unique projects, create opportunities for new local and international networks and share the strengths of the independent art world with a large audience. The art fair exhibition is accompanied by the public Talks and Performance programme with invited performance artists and speakers from Sweden and abroad. Supermarket takes place annually in Stockholm, Sweden.
Artivism In | Sight
ARTIVISM IN | SIGHT features works by 16 international ArtCan sculptors and visual artists also working in 3D.
Curated by Cathy Stocker, this exhibition showcases 26 works by artists who have responded to the curatorial theme:
ARTIVISM: a Portmanteau word combining Art & Activism.
INSIGHT: an instance of apprehending the true nature of a thing, especially through intuitive understanding.
Eye of the Beholder
28th March – 4th April 2022
The phrase ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ is attributed to Irish novelist Margaret Hungerford – to describe the fact that beauty is subjective, that what appears beautiful to one person may not be beautiful to another.
This exhibition aims to celebrate how ArtCan artists capture beauty – whether that be physical beauty, natural beauty, something in between or something else entirely – bringing together a diverse and inclusive spectrum of works and creating a conversation about how societal ideals of beauty are defined, challenged and redefined.
Curated by Catherine Sweet
Framing Our Future: International Women’s Day Exhibition
5th – 26th March 2022
ArtCan will be hosting a Virtual Exhibition for International Women’s Day 2022. Building on ArtCan’s international membership and founding principle of fair pay for artists, the exhibition will focus on the incredible art our womxn members are producing.
Curated by Yeside Linney and Wilma Woolf