Vogue | 02 August 2015
Um jantar preparado por Marina Abramociv em seu próprio apartamento, uma visita intimista ao ateliê do novo artista-sensação Daniel Arsham ou uma conversa tête-á-tête sobre as apostas do segmento com Jeff Koons. Esse São programas de sonhos para qualquer pessoa que flerte com o universo das artes. E que se transformaram em realidade para um seleto grupo de sócios de um clube muito particular.
The Art Newspaper | 02 July 2015
The Cultivist, a private members’ club offering “privileged access” to museums, art fairs, galleries and artists’ studios for £1,900 a year, officially launches in London tomorrow, 3 July.
CN Traveller | 23 June 2015
Daisy Peat and co-founder Marlies Verhoeven, who met while working at Sotheby's, also want to help art lovers around the world experience culture by making it easier to gain access to museums and art fairs around the world—no more lines, no more velvet ropes.read more
Artnet News | 04 June 2015
The Cultivist, a new members-only club founded by ex-Sotheby's staffers Marlies Verhoeven and Daisy Peat, is a malleable, but vague, service that is designed to be “personalized.read more
Cultured Magazine | 02 June 2015
This summer, Verhoeven and Peat are launching The Cultivist, a global arts club with nifty perks. For the annual fee of $2,500, members will be able to cut the line and bring three guests to every visit at 100 top art institutions worldwide.
ARTnews | 01 June 2015
It’s not fair to call the entire art world a private club, but “clubby” is at least an accurate description of it, so much so that a sub-economy has sprung up in the last five years in order to provide outsiders with “access” to this apparently mysterious underworld.read more
The Wall Street Journal | 30 May 2015
When Marlies Verhoeven and Daisy Peat worked at Sotheby’s, they fielded calls from new and aspiring collectors seeking private museum tours and auction previews. Many weren’t clients of the auction house, which gave the two women an idea.read more
The Telegraph | 15 April 2015
As anyone who has spent a summer break in, for instance, Florence and decided on the spur of the moment to visit the Uffizi will know, there are certain museums, not to mention blockbuster exhibitions, for which it is necessary to book well ahead.
Financial Times | 04 April 2015
Two former Sotheby’s staff members — Marlies Verhoeven and Daisy Peat — are launching a new “global arts club” in June. Named The Cultivist, it will give members exclusive access to art fairs, priority entry to museums, private visits to collectors’ homes, artists’ studios and other events.read more