Future50 UK Art Sale at Axis Online – artmarketblog.com

Future50 UK Contemporary Artists at Axis – artmarketblog.com

future502 A fantastic opportunity to purchase work by some of Britain’s hottest emerging artists called Future50 has recently been launched by Axis, the online contemporary art portal. According to the website, Axis (http://www.axisweb.org) is the best online resource for information about contemporary art. The website features profiles of professional artists and curators, interviews, discussions, art news, debates and showcases the artists to watch.

Future50 features fifty of the most interesting and significant UK artists of 2008, handpicked by curator and gallerist Ceri Hand and Axis curator Liz Aston from the Axis website. The project provides a snapshot of diverse, exciting contemporary practice alongside the opportunity to buy great works of art. All work is available for sale and can be purchased online. All the works on display have affordable price tags, starting from £120.

The full catalogue can be viewed here:

Please note that online purchasing will be suspended during 20-24 November when purchasing will only be possible at PSL [Project Space Leeds] during Future50 opening hours.

The first annual Future50 exhibition will take place at PSL (Project Space Leeds), between 21 and 23 November 2008. Contemporary art specialists will be on hand to offer expert advice and information about the artists. If you want to see the exhibition, PSL is located in Leeds city centre, just 5 minutes walk from Leeds Train Station. Please use the car park at Leeds Train Station as Whitehall Waterfront car park closes at 4pm. PSL is accessible to wheelchair users. Please contact us at future50@axisweb.org or 0845 362 8230 if you have any other access requirements.

PSL [Project Space Leeds]
Whitehall Waterfront
2 Riverside Way
Leeds LS1 4EH

Future50 will be open 12-6pm

**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.

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