Fall Programming Preview

29 Aug 2023 Fall Programming Preview

With events taking place in more cities than ever, our fall event programme sees members enjoying more key art world moments worldwide.

Below are a few highlights of our fall 2023 programme. You can find a full list here.

In our main cities of operation, it is business as usual. Between the Armory Show in New York City and Frieze London, our most important encounters are planned to match the Art Week energy, namely the Artist-led walkthrough and brunch with Dominique Fung and the annual Frieze Party at the Royal Academy, which will also be a celebration of the new Marina Abramovic exhibition.

Plenty more events with artists are scheduled for New York, and members will indulge in our highly-anticipated collection visit with Lisa Cohen in Manhattan. There is also a London collection visit in-store, along with plenty of private museum events, including a tour of David Hockney at the recently re-opened National Portrait Gallery.

In Los Angeles, their major art week isn’t until next year, but we have two studio visits, museum tours at OCMA, the Hammer Museum and The Getty, and, of course, our annual Holiday Party. As for our mini-members in LA, kids can come to the Mr. Brainwash museum with us and experience a book reading of ​​”Bunny & Tree” with Author Balint Zsako.

Further up the California coast, we’ll take a day trip to the highly exclusive Oliver Ranch Foundation, a picturesque 100-acre property with a waitlist longer than two years.

Just as art fairs extend well beyond New York and London, so do our events. A September artist workshop and October collection visit will take place in Miami, followed by a comprehensive programme surrounding Miami Art Week. To celebrate the South Florida fairs, we will have our annual Artist Lunch and annual Breakfast at the Bass.

The relatively new art fair Paris+ is also a focus of ours, so we will host an Artist Lunch at Hotel Chateau Voltaire.

In Dallas, the city where we have set up shop most recently, three events will take place before the end of the season. Members in Texas can join us to meet Gabriel Dawe and see the highly-coveted work of Abraham Ángel privately at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Our comprehensive fall programme exemplifies our commitment to bringing members closer to the arts and our increased ability to do so, thanks to careful curation and expansion to more cities.

These events will occur alongside our art trips to Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland and Marfa, Texas.

Again, you can find our full list of fall events here and more info about Cultivist memberships on our website here. Inquire about membership today so you can experience these exciting events yourself.