Cultivate ihas of course mostly been about physical gallery shows, open doors, people, conversations, interaction, the art of hanging things on actual walls for actual people in actual spaces (or standing art on floors, or projecting art on walls or letting people perform within them), but we do also, as an addition to the focus on physical events, run on-line shows. The first, a group show called Red opened back in February 2017, the latest shows, Mixtape No.1 and No.2, the latest Three x Three shows followed the Burst, Impart, Book and Deflect exhbitions that opened in the first four months of 2022, and now here we are in 2023 and we’ve just kicked off 2023 with a Spring Series that has started with Mixtape No.3 and Three x Three (Part 7)
We ran an Autumn/Winter series of shows that started in September 2022 with a new Three x Three show and a new group exhibition called Mixtape No.1 both of which can be viewed right now via the links you just passed. We followed up with a sixth Three x Three show, Part Six opened on October 25th, and Mixtape No.2 in November
And then, the 2023 Spring Season of Cultivate exhibitions. A season that started with Mixtape No.3, the season will run between Febraury and late April with more Mixtape shows, more Three x Three shows, and a series of solo shows.
All 29 carefully curated cultivated on-line shows can be viewed via our sister site, the Organ magazine website, this link will take you to them all. Do run the slide shows, we tried to keep it nice and simple, all about running the slide show viewing it all on a decent sized monitor, something a little more respectful to the art than a phone can ever bE. Explore the work and then do please head for the websites of the artists who interest you, there are links to all the artists with each show….
The Online shows
March 2023 – Mixtape No.4
February 2023 – Three x Three (Part Seven)
February 2023 – Mixtape No.3
November 2022 – Mixtape No.2
October 2022 – Three x Three (Part Six)
October 2022 – Mixtape No.1
September 2022 – Three x Three (Part Five)
April 2022 – Burst
March 2022 – Impart
March 2022 – Books (a companion show)
February 2022 – Book
January 2022 – Deflect
June 2021 – Saturation
May 2021- Still
April 2021 – Next (Au Suivant)
March 2021 – Alright?
February 2021 – Self
January 2021 – ReCultivate
November 2020 – Why?
August 2020 – So Why No Do It Again?
June 2020 – (And With Good) Reason
May 2020 – (Far From The) Turmoil
April 2020 – #43Artists
February 2019 – Attract (Part Two)
January 2018 – Intent (Part One)
November 2017 – The Accidental Marks Made While Making Art
August 2017 – Something Blue
April 2017 – Something Black
February 2017 – Red
UPDATE: March 7th 2022 – We took a break after Saturation, partly to focus on some of our own art and partly to give everyone a break. We like how these reccent on-line shows have worked though, we said we’d be back with the first of the 2022 shows, Deflect, on Tuesday January 11th and indeed Deflect did open that night, almost 24 hours on from the opening of the show and it had been viewed just over 20,000 times by people from all over the globe. There’s certainly a place for these on-line shows, view Deflect here.
A second on-line show of 2022 opened on February 22nd 2022, a show called Book, this time with a theme, view Book here. It is our intention to run monthly on-line shows again during 2022, Impart will open on March 15th. And there is now a companion show to Book. Books (a companion exhibition) can be viewed here
The Saturation show is now open and can be explored via this link right here. We’ran an on-line show every month for the first six months of 2021, six shows felt like quite a run, we did toy with the idea of making the shows monthly for the entire year but it does feel like everyone needs a greak now. These 15 or so Covid-ravaged month havebeen tough, the on-line shows felt right but now we need to get back out there for a bit, there will be more on-line shows. Do enjoy the Saturation show, we’re rather pleased with it, we’re rather pleased with all the show (and all the resulting engagement), we have no plans to close any of the shows, why would we?
The Saturation show is now open and can be explored via this link right here.
Still opened on Tuesday May 25th, once again a grou pshow and once again 35 invited artists from all over the world. Another (now monthly?) edition of what has now bwecome a series of carefully curated group shows. The Still show is now open and can be explored via this link right here
Next (Au Suivant) – Opening night Tuesday April 20th 2021 – Another Cultivate on-line group show, a maximalist thing, it does kind of look like these we are curating these thngs on a monthly basis now, we being myself and fellow Cultivate founding artist Emma Harvey, Next features 38 artists from all over the land and indeed the globe, over 200 pieces of art. There is a pleasure in pulling these shows and these artists together. Once an on-line show opens it stays open, we see no reason to close any of them, Next can be viewed here via this link
Alright? – A carefully curated art exhibition brought to you by Cultivate and featuring the art of 39 invited artists from all over the land and indeed the globe. The show is now open and there to be viewed via this link
The Self exhibition – a carefully curated show of self portraits – an on-line show and 33 invited artists, mostly painters, one or two who paint with cameras or pencils or… is now open and ready to be viewed on the Organ magazine pages via this link
The ReCultivate on-line exhibition is now open and ready to be viewed on the Organ magazine pages via this link
Why? is now open and ready to be explored, a carefully curated art exhibition featuring the work of 43 artists, brought to you by Cultivate and hosted here on the Organ pages. Explore Why? here
So Why Not Do It Again? – An art show curated by the Cultivate Gallery team and hosted on our sister Organ pages, Augusy 2020 – A tenth cultivated on-line art show, 43 artists, 200 plus pieces, art gathered with good reason once again, art from all over the world, view the exhibition and run the slide show here
(And with good) Reason – An art show curated by the Cultivate Gallery team and hosted on our sister Organ pages, June 2020 – A nineth cultivated on-line art show, 39 artists, 200 plus pieces, art gathered with good reason, art from all over the world, view the exhibition and run the slide show here
(Far from the) Turmoil opened on May 14th 2020, a second on-line show during the Covid-fuelled lockdown that put a stop to all physical shows and such. (Far from the) Turmoil – An art show curated by Cultivate Gallery and hosted here on the Organ pages, May 2020 – An eighth cultivated on-line art show, 41 artists, 200 plus pieces, art gathered with good intent, art from all over the world, view the show and run the slide show here
#43Artists – An art show curated by Cultivate, April 2020 – A seventh cultivated on-line art show, 43 artists, 250 plus pieces, art gathered with good intent, art from all over the world, view the show and run the slide show hosted on the Organ magazine weviste here
ATTRACT (Part Two) – A show curated by Cultivate, February 2019 – A fifth cultivated on-line art show, 30 artists, 143 pieces, art gathered with good intent, art from all over the world, view the show and run the slide show here
INTENT (part one): A show curated by Cultivate, January 2018 – A fifth cultivated on-line art show, 30 artists, 143 pieces, art gathered with good intent, art from all over the world, view the show and run the slide show here
THE (ACCIDENTAL) MARKS MADE WHILE MAKING ART: An Art Exhibition on line in conjunction with Organ is now live and can be viewed in full via this link. The fourth in a series of on-line shows held in 3017, scroll down for links to the previous three.
SOMETHING BLUE: An Art Exhibition on line in conjunction with Organ is now live and can be viewed in full via this link. The third in a series of on-line shows, scroll down for links to the previous two.
SOMETHING BLACK: An Art Exhibition on line in conjunction with Organ is now live and can be viewed in full via this link
RED : An Art Exhibition on line…. Red is now live…CULTIVATE PRESENTS RED: An art exhibition on line…
Cultivate presents (in association with Organ) RED, an art exhibition on line. The notion is simple, an on-line art exhibition, curated and presented on line. Twenty four artists selected via an on-line open call or by invitation, alongside images from previous Cultivate shows, along with other observations (and that red feeling while waiting for the…explore more