“We are both very grateful and proud that we have succeeded in acquiring these striking works…” Carlsberg Foundation’s acquisition of five new artworks by internationally renowned artists for their collection, all of which centre around the them of DNA. One of the works is Stine Deja’s sculptural and digital work entitled
Crisp(r) Creatures, 2021.
Continue reading “UGEAVISEN | 10 February 2022”
Elantin ponders AI replacing humans in the workforce, mentioning Ai-Da Robots painting and poetry.
Continue reading “ELANTIN | 7 February 2022”
Kunsten.nu writes about the e-book
The Art of Change (Kunsten at forandre) which includes 15 visual artists whose practices address on current crises and solutions. Included is Stine Deja’s Hard Core, Soft Bodies.
Continue reading “KUNSTEN | 2 February 2022”
the TRANSMEDIALE art festival at At the Academy of Arts in Berlin is featured in Designer Digest magazine. The festival, which includes Stine Deja’s
Dawn Chorus Beta, addresses digital capitalism and surveillance.
Continue reading “DESIGNERS DIGEST | 31 January 2022”
CACOTOPIA 06 at ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY is featured on the front page of GalleriesNow.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 28 January 2022”
Berlin Art Link discusses the finale of transmediale 2021–22, and the festival’s final symposium and exhibition that will feature the works of Stine Deja.
Continue reading “BERLIN ART LINK | 18 January 2022”
“I feel like it was the first time during the pandemic that thinkers or writers from all over the world were talking about the same issue at the same time,” Sukanya Deb profiles artist Ziyang Wu and his artwork
Where Did Macy Go for Stir World.
Continue reading “STIR WORLD | 19 January 2022”
“I feel like it was the first time during the pandemic that thinkers or writers from all over the world were talking about the same issue at the same time,” Ziyang Wu is profiled by Sukanya Deb for STIRWorld about his work
Where Did Macy Go?
Continue reading “STIRWORLD | 19 January 2022”
Berlin Art Link writes about the Transmedial exhibition, the concluding show of the year long program which features the work of Stine Deja.
Continue reading “BERLIN ART LINK | 18 January 2022”
Barb Power discusses Kate Bickmore’s floral collaboration with fashion brand Karen Millen in an article encouraging colourful statement clothing and artist partnerships.
Continue reading “INDEPENDENT | 15 January 2022”
Ai-Da Robot first major exhibition at London’s Design Museum is reported on by David Conrad for I-programmer.info. the article debates NFTs versus AI generated artwork.
Continue reading “I-PROMGRAMMER | 28 December 2021”
Stine Deja’s solo exhibition ‘Dawn Chorus’ is named one of the “15 Most Viewed Exhibitions in IDOART.DK’S 2021 Calendar”.
Continue reading “IDOART.DK | 27 December 2021”
Purple Art reports on the Hannah Barry group exhibition “Tree and Leaf” that features paintings by Kate Bickmore.
Continue reading “PURPLE | 23 December 2021”
Ai-Da Robot, who is featured in the Ashmolean exhibition ‘Dante: The Invention of Celebrity’ is profiled by Nico Kos for Artlyst. the exhibition is curated by Professor Gervase Rosser and questions Dante’s influence on contemporary culture.
Continue reading “ARTLYST | 20 December 2021”
Designboom lists interview with Ai-Da Robot’s creators as one of the TOP 10 robotic and artificial intelligence stories of 2021.
Continue reading “DESIGNBOOM | 9 December 2021”
FAD Magazine’s Mark Westall Reviews ‘Tree andLeaf’ group exhibition at Hannah Barry that features the work of Kate Bickmore.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 19 November 2021”
The Shadow Hand, László von Dohnányi’s first solo exhibition with ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 28 October 2021”
The Leader, ES Magazine’s podcast, has spoken to art academic Acacia Mei and tech journalist Monty Munford ahead of the release of Brave New World, the groundbreaking NFT featuring Kai Isaiah Jamal.
Continue reading “THE LEADER | 23 September 2021”
Little Black Book has reported on Brave New World, the NFT featuring trans-visibility activist and post Kai Isaiah Jamal, which will be auctioned on the Foundation marketplace in association with Phillips in a 24-hour auction, and shown at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “LITTLE BLACK BOOK | 22 September 2021”
ES Magazine makes history as the first UK publication to release an NFT, created by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, featuring trans-visibility campaigner and poet Kai Isaiah Jamal, auctioned by Foundation in association with Phillips, and on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “EVENING STANDARD | 22 September 2021”
Art writer Jonathan Travis has described Kate Bickmore’s show
at Annka Kultys Gallery as “a knockout debut solo” in an Instagram post.
Continue reading “INSTAGRAM | 21 September 2021”
Kai-Isaiah Jamal has been interviewed by ES Magazine about the process of creating their boundary-pushing NFT, Brave New World.
Continue reading “EVENING STANDARD | 20 September 2021”
Brave New World, the groundbreaking NFT by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, including Kai Isaiah Jamal, released in association with Phillips and featured at Annka Kultys Gallery, ahead of a 24-hour auction on the Foundation marketplace, has been previewed by ES Magazine.
Continue reading “ES MAGAZINE | 20 September 2021”
Kate Bickmore’s current exhibition,
In Season, at Annka Kultys Gallery has been named as a “must-see” by Sean Worrall from Organ Thing.
Continue reading “ORGAN THING | 18 September 2021”
In Season, Kate Bickmore’s first solo exhibition with ANNKA KULTY’S GALLERY.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 17 SEPTEMBER 2021”
FIPP has reported on the unveiling of the unique NFT cover of ES Magazine with trans-visibility activist, model and poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal, ahead of the NFT’s sale in a 24-hour auction on the Foundation marketplace, in association with Phillips and on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “FIPP | 17 September 2021”
The Evening Standard has previewed the groundbreaking NFT featuring trans-visibility activist and poet Kai Isaiah Jamal, made by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, which will be auctioned on the Foundation platform in association with Phillips, and will be on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “EVENING STANDARD | 15 September 2021”
Jasper Spires from FAD Magazine has reviewed Kate Bickmore’s
In Season, the recent RCA graduate’s first solo exhibition in the UK, on show at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 13 SEPTEMBER 2021”
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley has been interviewed in a collaboration between Flatness.Eu, Feminist Review and Women’s Art Library for the latter’s Autumn 2021 issue.
Continue reading “FEMINIST REVIEW AND WOMEN’S ART LIBRARY | Autumn 2021”
Michael Cuby has profiled artist Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, whose Black Trans Archive aims to collect, recover and preserve stories of the historically-marginalised Black trans for use by generations to come.
Continue reading “THEM.US | 30 August 2021”
ArtReview has featured Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley as one of its most innovative voices shaping the art and cultural scene in advance of her presentation in collaboration with the publication and the Standard Hotel, London.
Continue reading “ARTREVIEW | 20 August 2021”
Annka Kultys has been interviewed by Anika Meier for Misa.Art on how she has come to collect and promote works by digital natives and how Annka Kultys Gallery is like Duchamp’s
boîte en valise.
Continue reading “MISA.ART | 18 August 2021”
Annka Kultys Gallery’s platform [the art happens here], and Stine Deja’s work in particular, has been spotlighted on Gallerytalk.net (article in German).
Continue reading “GALLERYTALK | 17 August 2021”
Art In America discusses the curation of NFTs, mentioning Artist Ziyang Wu’s “haunting sci-fi animation” included in the online exhibition “NFS NSFW NFT,” 2021, at New Art City.
Continue reading “ART IN AMERICA | 12 August 2021”
AI Portraiture: Us and Them has been profiled in an article on how artists are grappling with the uncertain futures of technology.
Continue reading “COBO SOCIAL | 28 July 2021”
GalleriesNow has featured the current exhibition at Annka Kultys,
AI Portraiture: Us and Them, in their Weekender Newsletter of the best exhibitions to see.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 20 July 2021”
Ai-Da Robot’s exhibition at the Design Museum has been featured in
Continue reading “CYPRUS MAIL | 16 July 2021”
Danni Shen reviews the online exhibition “Wonderland” at EPOCH. The group exhibition, including the work of Ziyang Wu, brings together the work of ten Chinese artists living and working in the United States and observing the imposed stereotypes.
Continue reading “HEICHI MAGAZINE | 08 JULY 2021”
Olivier Vergnault reports on Ai-Da’s residency at Porthmeor Studios in St Ives and where she fits into the legacy of the St Ives School of artists like Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson.
Continue reading “IN YOUR AREA | 25 June 2021”
Artland has featured the group exhibition at ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY,
AI Portraiture: Us and Them on their website.
Continue reading “ARTLAND | 24 June 2021”
Kate Bickmore has been interviewed by Karuna Priya from Akanista Mindfulness about the role meditation has played in her practice.
Continue reading “AKANISTA MINDFULNESS | June 2021”
Triggered Economics, a group exhibition featuring Kate Bickmore, has been given a 5-star review by Protagonist Magazine writer Daen Palma Huse.
Continue reading “PROTAGONIST MAGAZINE | JUNE 2021”
Fast Company discusses Gretchen Andrew’s SEO work.
Continue reading “FAST COMPANY | 06 June 2021”
Gretchen Andrew: Other Forms of Travel is profiled by Airmail.news.
Continue reading “AIRMAIL.NEWS | June 2021”
Art in America contributor, the writer and curator Legacy Russell, has profiled the virtual experience works of Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley to show the dangers of “trans tourism” and how “building an archive is a trust exercise”.
Continue reading “ART IN AMERICA | 2 June 2021”
Jonathan Jones names Ai-Da Robot’s Design Museum exhibition as his exhibition of the week for
Continue reading “THE GUARDIAN | 28 May 2021”
TRT World has written an article on Ai-Da Robot’s history and her Design Museum exhibition.
Continue reading “TRT WORLD | 25 May 2021”
ArtReview has written an opinion piece on the implications of designing an effeminate robot artist.
Continue reading “ARTREVIEW | 24 May 2021”
Ai-Da’s creator, Aidan Meller, has been interviewed by Nina Azzarello at designboom.
Continue reading “DESIGNBOOM | 24 May 2021”
Live Science has written an article about how Ai-Da robot’s paintings question the role of AI in society.
Continue reading “LIVE SCIENCE | 21 May 2021”
The Art Newspaper has included Ai-Da Robot’s exhibition at the Design Museum in a feature piece on the return of AI in contemporary art.
Continue reading “THE ART NEWSPAPER | 20th May 2021”
Mark Brown interviews Ai-Da Robot about her fascination with self-portraiture and her favourite artists for
Continue reading “THE GUARDIAN | 18 May 2021”
Renée Pfister Art & Gallery Consultancy have mentioned Kate Bickmore’s work in their review of the group show
Triggered Economics at 34 Bruton Street.
Continue reading “RENÉE PFISTER ART & GALLERY CONSULTANCY | May 2021”
FAD Magazine reviews Gretchen Andrew’s show Other Forms of Travel at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 28 April 2021”
NFT Articles outlines Gretchen Andrew’s first solo gallery exhibtion at Annka Kultys Gallery in “Three Exhibitions to see in London this weekend.”
Continue reading “NFT ARTICLES | 25 April 2021”
The Art Newspaper named Gretchen Andrew’s first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery in “Three shows to see in London this weekend.”
Continue reading “THE ART NEWSPAPER | 23 April 2021”
Gretchen Andrew interviewed on her show at Annka Kultys
Other Forms of Travel by Anna Meinecke for Gallerytalk.net (article in German).
Continue reading “GALLERYTALK.NET | 22 April 2021”
Galleries now announces Gretchen Andrews exhibition at ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
Other Forms of Travel.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 22 April 2021”
Fad Magazine interviews Gretchen Andrew about her vision boards.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 20 April 2021”
LA Weekly interviews Gretchen Andrew on her latest works and her forthcoming solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery in London.
Continue reading “LA WEEKLY | 19 April 2021”
Maryam Arshad at
Floresta interviews Andrew on her work and upcoming gallery solo debut at Annka Kultys.
Continue reading “FLORESTA | 12 April 2021”
Gretchen Andrew: Other Forms of Travel at Annka Kultys is highlighted by FAD Magazine as a must-see exhibition in London.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 09 April 2021”
White Wall review König Galerie’s recent exhibition featuring the works of Annka Kultys Gallery artists Aaron Scheer, Ai-Da Robot, Gretchen Andrew, Rachel de Joode, and Stine Deja.
Continue reading “WHITE WALL | 09 April 2021”
FRONTRUNNER’s Yuhui Kong interviews Ziyang Wu about the artist’s practice during lockdown, career and advice for artists.
Continue reading “FRONTRUNNER | 2 April 2021”
Ninu Nina interview Gretchen Andrew on her approaching exhibition at Annka Kultys Other Forms of Travel.
Continue reading “NINU NINA | April 2020”
Marco De Mutiis, Digital Curator at Fotomuseum Winterthur hosts an online interview and screen walk with Gretchen Andrew, in collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery.
Continue reading “THE PHOTOGRAPHERS’ GALLERY | 24 March 2021”
Stine Deja has appeared on the Eugster Belgrade podcast to talk about some of her works and the ideas behind them, meditating on different versions of our world in the future, the human, transhuman and non-human.
Continue reading “EUGSTER BELGRADE | March 2021”
Art Plugged reviews Aaron Scheer’s exhibition at ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY,
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Dazed Digital explores Ai-Da’s new exhibition at the Design Museum, selfie culture, and the dangers of Big Tech.
Continue reading “DAZED DIGITAL | 16 February 2021”
The Art Newspaper has written an article about Ai-Da Robot’s Design Museum exhibition and human-robot relations.
Continue reading “THE ART NEWSPAPER | 16th February 2021”
FAD Magazine reports on Ai-Da Robot’s Design Museum exhibition of “‘selfies’ of a someone who doesn’t have a self.”
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 15 February 2021”
Gretchen Andrew talks to
The Y Circus about Google, Billy Childish, and her new exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “THE Y CIRCUS | 06 February 2021”
Marc Lee’s project ‘Airport Lounge’ has been mentioned in The New York Times, in an innovatively illustrated piece.
Continue reading “THE NEW YORK TIMES | January 2021”
ANTE mag shines a spotlight on artists who made an impact on the 2021 artworks. Among them, Ziyang Wu is interviewed about his practice and upcoming exhibitions.
Continue reading “ANTE MAG | 11 January 2021”
FAD Magazine speaks to Stine Deja about her upcoming solo show at Tranen in Copenhagen and the ethics of cryonics.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 7 January 2021”
Robert C. Morgan reviews the group exhibition
Alienation ? at Eli Klein Gallery in New York City. Curated by Phil Cai, the exhibition highlights the work of eight contemporary Chinese artists based in New York City including Ziyang Wu.
Continue reading “THE BROOKLYN RAIL | December 2020 – January 2021”
Eli Klein Gallery’s group exhibition
Alienation? is mentioned in Wall Street International. The exhibition features 8 Chinese artists currently living and working in New York City.
Continue reading “Wall Street International | 3 December 2020”
Rachel de Joode, Berlin-based multimedia artist, has spoken to
The Art Newspaper about her new works on show at Annka Kultys Gallery, interviewed by Olivia Gavoyannis.
Continue reading “THE ART NEWSPAPER | 11 November 2020”
Soft, Rachel de Joode’s show at Annka Kultys Gallery, has been reviewed by Sean Worrall in Organ Thing.
Continue reading “ORGAN THING | 29 OCTOBER 2020”
Rachel de Joode:
Soft, currently exhibited at the gallery, has been featured on Galleries Now, a curated international art listing of the world’s best galleries.
Continue reading “GALLERIES NOW | 22 October 2020”
NYFA Features a conversation between Ziyang Wu and fellow multimedia artist Jiaoyang Li on digital art, interactive media and advice for emerging artists.
Continue reading “NEW YORK FOUNDATION OF THE ARTS | 22 October 2020”
Stine Deja is featured by French magazine
L’ADN Tendances as one of five artists who represent Post-Internet aesthetics.
Continue reading “L’ADN TENDANCES | 13 October 2020”
Stine Deja is the protagonist of an in-depth, detailed article published in the third 2020 issue of
Continue reading “SPRINGERIN | September 2020”
The Financial Times has reviewed Studio Berlin, the extensive group show featuring work by Aaron Scheer at Berlin’s Berghain that is aiding the capital’s cultural recovery from the pandemic.
Continue reading “FINANCIAL TIMES | 16 September 2020”
Club Innovation & Culture France have written an in-depth survey of Ai-Da’s current exhibition at Annka Kultys,
Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees? (article in French).
Continue reading “CLUB INNOVATION & CULTURE | 11 September 2020”
GalleriesNow announces Ai-Da Robot’s groundbreaking solo exhibition at ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY,
Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 10 September 2020”
CLOT Magazine has featured Ai-Da Robot’s latest exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees? in its latest issue.
Continue reading “CLOT MAGAZINE | 10 September 2020”
Art Daily has profiled Annka Kultys Gallery as the first commercial art gallery to represent a humanoid robot artist on the occasion of Ai-Da’s solo show
Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?
Continue reading “ARTDAILY | 10 September 2020”
Kommersant has featured an article on Ai-Da Robot in light of her most recent show at Annka Kultys Gallery (article in Russian).
Continue reading “KOMMERSANT | 9 September 2020”
The forthcoming exhibition
Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees? at Annka Kultys Gallery has been featured as one of the “Top Gallery Exhibitions to Visit this September” alongside shows at White Cube, Victoria Miro and Marian Goodman Gallery by GoWithYamo.
Continue reading “GOWITHYAMO | 8 September 2020”
Stine Deja is interviewed about her past and future projects in the 31st issue of
Figure Figure by the artist Marco Galvan.
Continue reading “FIGURE FIGURE | September 2020”
Silicon Valet’s group exhibition, which includes work by Ziyang Wu, is features Vie des arts. The review of the virtual gallery’s exhibition highlights Wu’s artwork
A Woman with the Technology Part 4 (2019).
Continue reading “VIE DES ARTS | Autumn 2020”
The online guide the Londonist has featured
Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?, Ai-Da Robot’s upcoming show at the gallery, as one of the “9 Must See Exhibitions In London” in September 2020.
Continue reading “LONDONIST | 27 August 2020”
Gallerytalk has interviewed Stine Deja about the impact of technology on our day-today emotions, coinciding with her feature in the group show
Real Feelings at HeK, Basel (article in German).
Continue reading “GALLERYTALK | 26 August 2020”
FAD Magazine has covered Ai-Da Robot’s solo exhibition at Annka Kultys, marking five years since the gallery opened.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 17 August 2020”
Stine Deja’s work
Foreigner (2018) has been featured by CLOT Magazine in an article about the forthcoming show Real Feelings: Technology and Emotion at HeK in Basel.
Continue reading “CLOT MAGAZINE | 15 August 2020”
Berlin Art Link has interviewed Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley about using the video game aesthetic as an artistic and political tool to archive and comment on the Black trans experience.
Continue reading “BERLIN ART LINK | 14 August 2020”
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley has spoken to Tamara Hart of AQNB, resulting in a powerful conversation about the economy of trauma, jouissance in Black death and the power in not passing.
Continue reading “AQNB | 10 August 2020”
Independent Collectors has interviewed Artistic Directors Karen Boros and Juliet Kothe about the highly-anticipated group show at Berlin’s Berghain featuring Aaron Scheer and 116 other artists.
Continue reading “INDEPENDENT COLLECTORS | 9th August 2020”
Bill Posters’ online show
Dissimulation, on view on Annka Kultys’ digital platform [The art happens here], has been featured in a CLOT Magazine review.
Continue reading “CLOT MAGAZINE | 29 July 2020”