Supporting Underrepresented Contemporary Voices & Championing the Newest Generation of Artists and Collectors.
The traditional art business model reflects socio-political austerity. A system that disproportionately benefits people who do not experience racial oppression, gender or class discriminations. Acting as a platform and support system emerging artists are often denied, Guts works to challenge and revise this model, that leaves artists and staff undervalued and underpaid. In doing so, Guts exhibits established artists alongside emerging artists and facilitates genuine relationships between artists and collectors. Connecting artists who reflect their lived experiences in their work with those who are eager to support them. Guts applies adaptive business practices to position itself at the forefront of...
Sadie Coles HQ Presents: Guts Gallery
The Shop, 62 Kingly Street
London
W1B 5QN
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  • Introducing , 04 - 06 June 2021

    Douglas Cantor

    London Summers For Now, 2021

    Oil on canvas
    Courtesy of Guts Gallery

    Introducing

    04 - 06 June 2021
    Group exhibition featuring works by Shadi Al-Atallah, Douglas Cantor, Elsa Rouy, Corbin Shaw, Olivia Sterling and Sophie Vallance. Guts Gallery is excited to announce our exhibition for this year's London Gallery Weekend. INTRODUCING presents a new and much needed vision for the art world, showcasing the importance and unity of established galleries supporting emerging artists and galleries in progressive and forward thinking ways. Taking place in The Shop at Sadie Coles HQ, this exhibition is an introduction to Guts Gallery and our six championed artists, who we have worked with since the very beginning; highlighting our ethos with key works from each of the artists.