The internationally active art agency for contemporary art
Our team discovers new artists, trains and promotes them, brings them into galleries and manages their entire careers.
We work closely with galleries, collectors and institutions.
We act as a management team for selected artists and actively plan the further development of their careers. Our manages artists are:
Emanuel Heim: Group exhibition of the annual exhibition of Graubünden artists, Graubünden Art Museum Chur, December 11, 2022 - January 29, 2023. Group exhibition at the Aargauer Kunsthaus "Auswahl 22" from December 03, 22 - January 02, 23. Advance sales of publication and limited edition (publication and framed artwork) started.
Janik Bürgin: Solo exhibition the Mobiliar, "Art & Sustainability in Nyon - Janik Bürgin".
Curated by Ismene Wyss and Gabriela Gonzalez.
Vernissage: Saturday, November 5, 2022. Exhibition duration: 07.11.2022 to 17.03.2023.
Curated by Ismene Wyss and Florian Paul Koenig
Public exhibition: November 29, 2022 to March 17, 2023
Monday to Friday, 7.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Selected artists, in which we see great potential, will be included in the category of promoted artists . Our currently funded artists are:
NOA in an interview with the Luzerner Zeitung. You can read the whole article online here.
Current artists publications on sale
NOA Publishing is an independent publishing house explicitly dedicated to the promotion of emerging artists . The goal of NOA Publishing is to promote artists careers by enabling publications. Artistic creation is made visible to a wide audience and even more people and institutions can be reached.
Current group exhibition: "Fusion
Vernissage: December 9, 2022, 6 p.m.
Exhibition duration: December 9 - March 31, 2022
Fusion refers to the joining, the merging of objects and areas that may have been alien to each other before the merging. Through fusion, there is the possibility for something new, previously prevailing boundaries and limitations are expanded, fluid and possibly completely removed. The central question is what happens when things are brought together? What spaces open up? What new ideas can emerge? All these questions are addressed by the four artists of Network of Arts, Ana Hofmann, Carmela Gander, Florence Iff and Marina Hauser, whose works will be on display in the upcoming exhibition "Fusion". The art on display approaches the theme of fusion in a variety of ways, combining disciplines such as physics and art, merging photographs or processing them with other media, and making the space itself part of the artwork.