ANNKA KULTYS is a commercial art gallery supporting contemporary artists and culture. Located in east London and operating since September 2015, the gallery is the creation of its eponymous owner.
In the short time since its opening, the gallery has emerged as a leading platform for a future generation of artists, especially (but not exclusively) those with a focus on multimedia art. By encouraging such artists to bring their work, much of which is primarily present on digital platforms, into the gallery space, the gallery seeks to foster connections between contemporary artistic voices, drawing together artists, collectors, institutions and press alike.
With an intense exhibition program consisting of no less than six solo shows a year, augmented by occasional live performances, Annka Kultys also hosts two group exhibitions annually, one in January with recently graduated artists, enabling them to have a first gallery show following completion of their studies, and one in July organised in collaboration with a guest curator aimed at highlighting new perspectives on young and/or established artists.
Annka is a member of AWITA, Association of Women in the Arts, and a patron of Fluxus Art Projects, Franco-British organisation dedicated to supporting exhibitions by contemporary artists from both countries.
For further information, the Gallery staff can be reached Wednesday through Saturday by phone at +44 20 3302 6070, by email or by Skype (ID: annkakultys)
VISIT & OPENING TIMES
472 Hackney Road | Unit 3, 1st Floor | London E2 9EQ
Wednesday – Saturday | 12 pm – 6 pm
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Annka Kultys | Director
Bob Bicknell-Knight | Gallery Assistant
Virginia Bianchi | Intern (Marketing)
Jae Young Kim | Intern (Exhibitions)
Gina Morelli | Graphic Designer
John Brennan | Publications
Ben Lunt & Nathaniel Faulkner | Technicians
To apply for a part-time internship, two days a week, of two shows or more, please send your CV, three professional references, and cover letter to Annka at firstname.lastname@example.org