is merging art and social good.
We are a collective of passionate human beings living as artists, curators, designers, engineers and offbeat art dealers.
Pushing fine art & freedom of expression forward.
Generating a new creative currency.
You may know us from our work.
We are deeply committed to artists addressing pressing social issues and changing the way we perceive the world.
We value people and art that touches the world.
We collaborate with dissidents to institutions like the United Nations and African Union.
Partners like Google Arts and Culture.
We work for the love and joy.
We are still building our wings.
Come fly with us.
Discover and explore artists from around the world who represent a new era of radical imagination.
Front: David Hockney’s ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972 and Back: Faith Ringgold American People Series #9 The American Dream, 1964.
Front: Syrian artist Abdalla Al Omari 'Donald', 2016 and Back: Ana Maria Pacheco, 'The Longest Journey I', 1987.
Front: Ukrainian artist Dariya Marchenko 'The Face of War' from bullet shells, 2015 and Back: Kerry James Marshall, "Portrait of Nat Turner with the Head of his Master", 2011.
Front: Iqbal Masih 'Child Hero Martyr,' MZIRAY Collection, 2022 and Back: Soil And Bread print by Mohammadreza Momeni, 2015.
Front: Edvard Munch 'The Scream' 1893 and Back: Tracey Emin “My Bed” 1998.
Front: South African artist, Ayanda Mabulu 'We Can't Breathe', 2015 and Back: Jean-Michel Basquiat, 'La Hara', 1981.
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Discovering new and old contemporary artists creating work around issues they care about and want to make an impact through their artistic practice.
Curating "limited-time" selection artworks and exhibitions around specific issues impacting society.
Connect collectors to artists that comment on, respond to, or advocate for issues they care about while aligning impact at sale.
Community research, commissions, private sales.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Artists creating new forms of “social practice” that comment on, respond to or advocate for social, political, economical and environmental issues sign up below.
You will be contacted by one of our art advisors.
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