What is

?

“My goal is to gain greater visibility for marginalised artists – and to celebrate their power. Too many artists have been set apart from white cisgender male artists not only to their own disadvantage, but also to the detriment of art history. By reinserting lost voices into the art historical narrative, I believe that a truer and more meaningful account of our cultural heritage can be achieved.”

The RAW collection of 20th century art by radical women – assembled over 30 years – has been lent to exhibitions worldwide.

Hello

I'm Sacha.

I am a Paris-based art historian specializing in the work of women artists. In 2017, I was awarded the prestigious William M B Berger Prize for Art History.

Sacha Llewellyn

I have curated exhibitions internationally, working in collaboration with museums and commercial galleries. My projects have been reviewed to critical acclaim in the press, on television and on radio.

“My goal is to gain greater visibility for marginalised artists – and to celebrate their power. Too many artists have been set apart from cisgender male artists not only to their own disadvantage, but also to the detriment of art history. By reinserting lost voices into the art historical narrative, I believe that a truer and more meaningful account of our cultural heritage can be achieved.”

“I love talking about radical and feminist artists. I have been interviewed on radio and television, have lectured widely and participated in conferences and symposiums around the world.”

“I have written numerous museum catalogues, contributed articles to the international press (including the Telegraph, Country Life, The World of Interiors), and collaborated with platforms such as ArtUK and auction houses.”

Hello

I'm Maudji.

I am a curator and artist agent specialising in contemporary art. My mission is to support up-and-coming contemporary artists working to challenge the status-quo and continue to uplift marginalised voices with a particular focus on the queer community.

“My mission is to support up and coming contemporary artists working to challenge the status-quo and continue to uplift marginalised voices with a special focus on the LGBTQIA+ community.”

“My area of interest lies in work that challenges preconceptions of heteronormative sexuality and the stigma that shapes sexual representations.”

“My hope is to continue opening up a discourse to demonstrate how some of the least visible and most censored artists are the ones that have the most potential to shape the future.”

Have a question or query ?

Get in touch directly with Sacha LLEWELLYN 
at the following link