Julika Lackner

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Curatorial Hub- new online art gallery

About my workJulika LacknerComment

I'm so happy to be part of this amazing new online art gallery, curated by Bettina Hubby. 10 of my original artworks (paintings and works on paper) are for sale through Curatorial Hub. Everything on the site under $1000. www.curatorialhub.com

This is what they say about it on their website:  "Curatorial Hub is an online gallery featuring affordable and diverse work by well-known and emerging artists from Los Angeles and beyond.  he concept for Curatorial Hub was created by artist Bettina Hubby who generously devotes part of her practice to collaboration and connection, both of which are central to this new initiative. Hubby’s collaborator, Saskia Wilson-Brown, is the founder of The Institute of Art and Olfaction, a non-profit devoted to experimentation and access in perfumery and experimental scent. Teaming up, they form a partnership in this new arts-venture that draws on their combined strengths of curating, collaborating and poetic outreach.  “I felt there was a need for more exposure and financial opportunities for the talented artists I know and an online space like Curatoral Hub aims to offer both,” said Hubby.  “With all the works under $1,000, it is also a way for new or seasoned collectors to buy with low risk and most important it's a great way to share wonderful work.”  Wilson-Brown commented that, “Democratizing access to creative output benefits everyone. Curatorial Hub offers a clean and simple way to get works out into the world while giving artists an opportunity outside of the traditional gallery setting to create supplemental income between exhibitions and projects.”

This is what they say about it on their website:

"Curatorial Hub is an online gallery featuring affordable and diverse work by well-known and emerging artists from Los Angeles and beyond.

he concept for Curatorial Hub was created by artist Bettina Hubby who generously devotes part of her practice to collaboration and connection, both of which are central to this new initiative. Hubby’s collaborator, Saskia Wilson-Brown, is the founder of The Institute of Art and Olfaction, a non-profit devoted to experimentation and access in perfumery and experimental scent. Teaming up, they form a partnership in this new arts-venture that draws on their combined strengths of curating, collaborating and poetic outreach.

“I felt there was a need for more exposure and financial opportunities for the talented artists I know and an online space like Curatoral Hub aims to offer both,” said Hubby.  “With all the works under $1,000, it is also a way for new or seasoned collectors to buy with low risk and most important it's a great way to share wonderful work.”

Wilson-Brown commented that, “Democratizing access to creative output benefits everyone. Curatorial Hub offers a clean and simple way to get works out into the world while giving artists an opportunity outside of the traditional gallery setting to create supplemental income between exhibitions and projects.”

Group Show: Objective Painting, Telluride Gallery of Fine Art

About my work, Art Techniques, Art Materials & Technique, My process, Works in ProgressJulika LacknerComment

I'm excited to be included in this group show. It opens tonight in Telluride, Colorado. 

As part of the group show, "Objective Painters," the gallery made these great mini-documentaries about each of the participating artists, including yours truly. So flattered to be sharing the limelight!
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Objective Painting: Featuring 12 Artists, Curated by James Hayward, Opening Thursday Aug. 3, 5-8pm.
Hayward has carefully curated a wide variety of artists, primarily from the west coast, ranging from emerging young artists to mid career internationally recognized artists.
"I personally know, admire, respect and collect most of the painters I have included in this show. I chose the title, Objective Painting, as it seemed sufficiently open to include figurative, landscape, allegorical, portrait, nature, fantasy and the surreal. I have tried not to focus on any one aspect of image making,” says Hayward of his show curation.
View paintings from Tom Allen, Diane Best, Gregory Botts, Amy-Claire Huesits, Brian Fahlstrom, Frank Gaard, Steve Galloway, Ed Johnson, Julia Lackner, Rae Lewis, Max Maslansky and Dan McCleary at Telluride Gallery through the month of August or on our website.
Catalogs are available at TGFA or by request.
Please email us directly with any inquiries: info@telluridegallery.com
http://www.telluridegallery.com

This video was made by The Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, for the exhibition "Objective Painting: Featuring 12 Artists" Curated by James Hayward, Opening Thursday Aug. 3, 5-8pm.  http://www.telluridegallery.com/    The film maker is Stephen Leeds, of Umbrella Street Media,  www.umbrellastreet.com

This video was made by The Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, for the exhibition "Objective Painting: Featuring 12 Artists" Curated by James Hayward, Opening Thursday Aug. 3, 5-8pm. http://www.telluridegallery.com/ 

The film maker is Stephen Leeds, of Umbrella Street Media, www.umbrellastreet.com