‘Homegrown’ will be presented as a series of releases by 12 artists occurring every two weeks, through 24 July. The series will highlight artists from across the globe, including Sarasota, Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, Bruton, London, and Zurich.
Thomas Barratt, Mayo Miwa, Alice Shields
Daniel A. Bruce
Milly Calverley Rowland
Eric John Eigner
This bi-weekly, online showcase will feature works made by artists across all of the regions where Hauser & Wirth has locations, representing almost every internal department. Gathered via an open call, the artworks comprise a range of media including paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and video works.
Ryan Michael Ford
Chingsum Jessye Luk
Proceeds of the sale of art on the ‘Homegrown’ platform will go directly to the participating artists, with 10% of gross profits going to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization as part of #artforbetter, Hauser & Wirth’s ongoing global philanthropic and charitable initiative.
Erik den Breejen
‘As is the case with so many galleries and arts institutions around the world, many of our staff members are also practicing artists. With this project we are thrilled to be able to celebrate the artists within our worldwide Hauser & Wirth family. With so much talent in our own backyard, we felt it was important to create a platform where their creativity can be appreciated by a much larger audience.’—Manuela Wirth, Co-president of Hauser & Wirth
Under the umbrella of Hauser & Wirth’s new global philanthropic and charitable initiative #artforbetter, we are donating 10% of gross profits from sales of all works in our online exhibitions to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.
Artwork details from top: David Newman, Still Life with Chicken, 1996; Seline Baumgartner, TIME TO LOSE, 2016; Will Thompson, Untitled, 2020; Sean Kennedy, Untitled, 2018; Shafika Talib, Abdomen, 2015; Joshua Cave, Brick II, 2019