THE NEW YORK TIMES | January 2021

Marc Lee’s project ‘Airport Lounge’ is mentioned in The New York Times. The artist uses social media as a medium: “I just take the newest social media posts,” he says. “It’s a strict concept. I always start with the youngest posts in the beginning. You never know who is posting what.” Without this randomness, Lee says, “the piece would not work.” To read the full article click here.

LONDONIST | 27 August 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. Annka Kultys Gallery and the “world’s first humanoid robot artist” have been featured alongside venues such as The British Museum, South London Gallery and Imperial War Museum. You can read the entire article here.

CLOT MAGAZINE | 29 July 2020


Bill Posters’ online show Dissimulation, on view on Annka Kultys’ digital platform [The art happens here], has been featured in an article on CLOT Magazine. The short review includes details about the artist’s practice and about the two video works exhibited in the show, Veridical Fakes and Big Dada. Read the full piece at this link.

THE QUIETUS | 11 July 2020


Hell Gette’s current exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, ‘##’, has been reviewed in The Quietus. The writer of the article, Robert Barry, notes that “As the tall y-axis and shorter x-axis of these paintings suggest, these images are not just landscapes but also portraits – depictions of our digital selves. Or perhaps the truth of Landscape 3.0 is that, today, all landscapes become portraits. We capture the picturesque scenery only in order to depict ourselves.” You can read the full review here.

ARTERRITORY | 22 May 2020


Laura Lisauskaitė, from Arterritory, interviews Gertrūda Gilytė via Instagram DMs in the occasion of her the first exhibition @successful_art_project on Annka Kultys Gallery’s digital platform. In the interview, Gilytė touches upon the themes that delineate her artistic practice, such as DIY spirituality trends, social media presence and online authenticity. You can read the whole interview here.

THE MANUAL | 18 May 2020


Signe Pierce is noted in “10 Contemporary Artists You Need to Know.” by the Manual Magazine. Other artists are: Damian Hirst, Takashi Murakami, Cindy Sherman, Julianna Huxtable, Rashaad Newsome, Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, and Virgil Abloh, Click here to read the entire article.


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Molly Soda has been featured by Kesley Ables in the article An introduction to the world of Net Art for the Washington Post as one of the principal artists to know when being introduced to the world of digital art. Referring to Soda, Ables writes: “Imbued with a gnawing emptiness, so much of Soto’s work seems to teeter on the brink of a breakdown, raising the question, how much sharing is too much? In one video, Soto details the fungus growing in her armpit. In another, her face, wet with tears, glows on a computer screen while she takes iPhone selfies.” You can read the full article here.

ELEPHANT | 5 May 2020

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Molly Soda has been featured by Rosalind Duguid in her article Got Cabin Fever? Explore the Art of Looking Through Windows for Elephant. Duguid writes: “Twenty-five years down the line, Tumblr-famous Molly Soda was regularly updating 30,000 people (myself among them) on the internet. Soda’s work since has played with the feelings of the thrill and anxiety induced by carving out a window into your life online.” You can read the entire article here.

ART REVIEW | 17 April 2020

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Welcome to the Art-Lovers Movie Club, where every week you’ll find a new artist’s video available exclusively online at for seven days.

If you’ve ever come across any ‘wellness’ products, you’ll know they can be a bit helpful, a bit expensive and also a bit self-indulgent and silly. These are the ideas that Danish London-based artist Stine Deja emphasises in 4K ZEN, her two-part project originally commissioned for the Roskilde Festival in Denmark in 2017. The first video works as a commercial showcasing the product: a guided meditation video that comes with a branded mat and this sensory-isolating thingamajig resembling a VR headset. The second video is the actual meditation you are guided through: serene nature scenes, whooshing sounds of water, the full works. Yet nothing is quite as calm as it first seems. “The sunlight from the clear blue sky is catching the tops of the waves in the distance” the narrator intones. “The whole ocean seems to shimmer and sparkle like paparazzis snapping perfect pictures of you.” Take a deep breath and… relax?

Screening dates: 17–23 April 2020

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21ST CENTURY DIGITAL ART | 28 March 2020


An extensive survey of American Reflexxx, Signe Pierce and Allie Coates’ video work, has been published on 21st Century Digital Art. The article exposes a thorough analysis of the video, underlining the visual and thematic influences that inspired it and the social and political issues it unveils. You can click here to have access to the full essay.

THE GUARDIAN | 6 December 2019


Signe Pierce has been mentioned in The Guardian for her music performance in Miami, Florida, during Art Basel Miami. Pierce performed her new music single Do You Wanna Be Alive? together with exhibitions by well-known artists and DJs Grimes, Sophie and Nina Kraviz. To read the full piece, click here.

PLASTIK MAGAZINE | 3 October 2019

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Recently, Signe Pierce sat down for a candid interview with Ralph Arida of Plastik Magazine to discuss the current state of pop culture and fine art. Pontificating on the role of the artist in mass media, and her self-proclaimed status as a reality artist, Pierce said: “The separation of an artist’s work and an artist’s life is rapidly disappearing. We use our phones and computers to capture our lives in media, and can instantly export and broadcast that content on the Internet. We are all the stars of our own reality show.” To read the complete interview, click here.

HEALTH IS HELL | 2 October 2019


Signe Pierce has been the protagonist of a podcast episode from the “Health is Hell” series. With the host Ali Weiss, Pierce explores “living in the Matrix, the perks of being ‘lowbrow,’ developing & maintaining personal identity, and how to use overt sexuality to communicate intellect (if you want).” To listen to the one-hour-long episode and have more information about the podcast, click here.