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BEERS London

Since 2012, BEERS London has forged an international reputation as one of London’s leading spaces for cutting-edge contemporary art. The gallery maintains a forward-thinking exhibition programme focusing on emerging and mid-career artists, primarily focusing on painting but also exhibiting sculpture, photography, and other media. Gallery Director Kurt Beers is the author of 100 Painters of Tomorrow (2014) and the award-winning 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow (2019), both published by Thames & Hudson. A third book in the series is presently in the early stages of production.

The gallery prides itself on its internationally diverse representation, including artists heralding from Africa, Asia, South America, the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and Canada. The gallery frequently participates in international art fairs, as well as various online endeavours and collaborations, including curating an exhibition at London’s world-renowned Saatchi Gallery in November 2022.

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