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The Financial Times has mentioned Annka Kultys Gallery as one of an “eclectic mix of early adopters” to have embraced digital art in an article on how London has become a crypto-art capital, written by Alex Estorick. The article explains the rise of London as an epicentre of the recent digital boom, within which digital art and boundary-breaking creative initiatives can flourish.

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

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. The review follows a studio visit, when the author remarked on the works’ “powerful surreality”, and leads to an incisive exploration of how the paintings engage with the subject of femininity.

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Gretchen Andrew’s solo show Other Forms of Travel at Annka Kultys Gallery is reviewed in the Art Newspaper. The Art Newspaper named Gretchen Andrew’s first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery in the “Three shows to see in London this weekend”. Louisa Buck and Kabir Jhala note: “Eight collage-on-canvas assemblage works embody “vision boards”, representing Andrew’s life goals, insecurities and dreams. But beneath these knowing winks at the gallery system, a deeper glitching is taking place.”

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

4K Zen: Stine Deja – An exclusive week-long streaming on Art Review online platform. Art-Lovers Move Club presented Stine Deja’s video 4K Zen, a two part project originally commissioned for the Roskilde Festival in Denmark in 2017, then at Annka Kultys Gallery’s booth at Code Art Fair.

Annka Kultys Gallery
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

Lindsay Howard, curator and Head of Community at Foundation, has interviewed Signe Pierce, represented by Annka Kultys Gallery since 2017, to coincide with the groundbreaking launch of the Foundation platform, for which Pierce has created its first-ever NFT. Pierce and her interviewer, Lindsay Howard discuss the fundamental paradox of reality: everyone perceives it individually, and yet these unique encounters form a collective experience. Says Pierce of her entry into the crypto sphere: “It makes sense to be getting into crypto and getting into new avenues for art valuation because these are things that are really core to my idea of what it means to be an artist. It’s about uplifting and upholding value for art, as well as creating new spaces within our era, which are reflective of what’s happening right now. 

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY