Vortic announces the second iteration of the London Collective which will bring together over 20 of the capital’s leading commercial galleries, including Stephen Friedman Gallery, KÖNIG GALERIE, Victoria Miro, White Cube and David Zwirner. Galleries will present virtual exhibitions on the Vortic platform, with new exhibitions launching throughout the duration of the collective. The London Collective will run from 24 February until 30 April 2021 and will be available to view on the Vortic Collect app or online at vortic.art.
Works by over 60 artists will be on display including Genesis Belanger (Josh Lilley), William Eggleston (David Zwirner), Gilbert & George (White Cube), Sophie von Hellermann (Pilar Corrias), Tadesse Mesfin (Addis Fine Art), Rachel Maclean (Josh Lilley), Alice Neel (David Zwirner), Chris Ofili (Victoria Miro), Florence Peake (Bosse & Baum), Grayson Perry (Victoria Miro), Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq (Hannah Barry Gallery), Paula Rego (Victoria Miro), Thomas Ruff (David Zwirner), and Luiz Zerbini (Stephen Friedman Gallery).
The London Collective galleries have come together in recognition that this is a defining moment in how art is accessed, particularly in light of ongoing restrictions and the continued postponement of in person art fairs and events. The Collective was formed at the start of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, beginning initially as a WhatsApp group for London gallerists and art dealers to share intel and ideas which all galleries could benefit from. Following the success of the first iteration and with the third UK national lockdown currently taking place, the Collective has once again generously been offered the use of the Vortic platform enabling them to support one another by encouraging equal viewer opportunities and the sharing of audiences.
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