To coincide with the Frieze Art Fair 2014, London designer Paul Smith continues his role as a patron of the arts by giving the digital community a chance to be involved in curating an exhibition by young emerging artists
Paul Smith has always been a supporter of the arts, and of young fine artists, with his outpost at No. 11 Ablermarle Street becoming a mainstay in the London art scene since it opened last year. Now, to celebrate the Frieze Art Fair 2014, Paul Smith is teaming up with art:i:curate, a crowd curating platform, to allow the digital community a chance to curate a forward thinking exhibition of works by emerging London-based artists.
To be in with a chance of curating the show all you need to do is sign up to art.i.curate, browse through a selection of art, picking your favourites, and then upload a profile image and bio, explaining what kind of art you like and what inspires you.
The lucky entrants who are chosen will not only get to be involved in the exhibition and featured in the show, but they’ll also be interviewed for Paul Smith’s blog and and art.I.curate’s journal. The final exhibition will be open to everyone. Sign up here.