DEBUT Contemporary provides an affordable exhibition and mentoring platform from £50-£145 a week for all talented emerging artists to showcase and sell their artworks where they will be introduced to collectors, art professionals and businesses.
Samir Ceric, “Kingmaker” (International Life Magazine) of creative talent and the colourful founder behind Salon Contemporary (including Artist of the Week, Curator of the Month and Best of British competitions), Wolf & Badger and First Wednesdays, now launches DEBUT Contemporary, having already discovered some of the big names of the new Young British Art movement in the past decade.
The DEBUT Contemporary licence fee will entail exhibition space, an 80% net profit from all sales facilitated by the gallery, be it for a piece of art or a commercial deal and most importantly guidance and mentoring by a team of industry professionals Artists will be prepared with a business savvy mind whilst they maintain their artistic freedom and creative licence.
The first group of talented DEBUT Artists will launch the concept at the Salon Contemporary gallery space in West London in March 2011. The selection process for these places will be incredibly rigorous and the panel will consist of some of the leading art professionals and patrons.
Be a part of the evolution. Artists can apply on the DEBUT Contemporary website to showcase their work and launch their careers. Collectors, art professionals and businesses can support DEBUT Artists by getting involved. The DEBUT Contemporary website will be officially launched in March 2011. For more information get in contact.
We invite you to join us for some art, music, a few surprises and a tipple at this VIP preview event at the exciting & unique ‘Artistic Laboratory’ in Notting Hill. Get your dancing shoes on!
Artist Nicola Anthony’s extra special performance at the Private View involves gathering something rather intangible from gallery visitors to use in her next artworks. Interesting or unusual, significant or absurd – she will be collecting your words…
Posted on July 28, 2011 at 13:32