Works by Harland Miller in the Hollingworth Collection.
Courtesy the artist and Hollingworth Collection.

Hollingworth Collection Visit

In Collaboration with The Cultivist

Since the late 1990’s, music and tech entrepreneur Craig Hollingworth has developed one of the largest collections of works by Banksy in the world. For the first time, Craig and Rita Hollingworth opened their home to a small group of The Cultivist members, who were able to experience rare works by Banksy, Damian Hirst, Harland Miller, Lowie Hollowell, Antony Gormley and many more.

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Anaïs Lellouche at Lonnie Holley: Growth of Communication, Edel Assanti, London, 12 May – 2 July 2022
Courtesy of the artist, Anaïs Lellouche and Edel Assanti

London Gallery Weekend 2022

In collaboration with
The Cultivist

After the roaring success of last year’s inaugural edition of London Gallery Weekend, this year proved to be another incredible testament to the success of the initiative.

For this incredible weekend, Anaïs Lellouche shared her selection of some of the best spaces across London for the perfect day surrounded by art.

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Oliver Beer, “Little Gods (Chamber Organ)”, 2022 (artist impression)
32 vessels, 32 microphones, speakers, plinths, audio equipment - variable dimensions
Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech © Oliver Beer


Andy Warhol, Mao, 1973.
Courtesy Carmignac Collection and Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Inc. Adagp Paris 2021.

Carmignac Collection Visit

In collaboration with The Cultivist

We are delighted to announce an exclusive visit of the Carmignac Collection, in collaboration with The Cultivist, at their headquarters in Paris on the 9th December at 6.30 p.m. 

The visit will be introduced by Charles Carmignac, Director of the Foundation; led by Amélie Blanchy, Director of the Collection and hosted by Anais Lellouche, art consultant. 

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Heather Phillipson, RUPTURE NO 1: blowtorching the bitten peach, Duveen Galleries commission, 2021-22.
Installation view at Tate Britain, London.
Courtesy of the Artist and the Tate.

Heather Phillipson: Studio Visit

In collaboration with The Cultivist

The Cultivist will be hosting a studio visit with one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists on the 7th of December. Heather Phillipson is a pioneer in art, poetry, video and music among many other interdisciplinary talents and takes inspiration from all manner of things, border collies, late 90s rave culture and alien worlds.

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Paradise Row Projects, London with artwork by Chila Kumari Singh Burman. 
Image courtesy of the artist and Paradise Row Projects.
Photo: Mirko Boffelli Photography. 

Hawala at Paradise Row

In collaboration with The Cultivist

As a guest speaker for The Cultivist, Anaïs Lellouche led a guided tour of Hawala, the inaugural exhibition at Paradise Row Projects.
On view from 16 September - 29 October 2021, Hawala will exhibit a group of leading South Asian London artists who will show both physical and digital works.

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Digital installation (12 channels), Endless, Ed 3/10 + 2APs.
Installation view, Future Contemporaries event with Serpentine Gallery. 
Courtesy of the Artist and Verghis Art Collection.

Inside Look: Rachel Verghis' Art Collection

Guest Club Virtual Tour

Art patron, collector and entrepreneur Rachel Verghis is the founder of art technology company, goo.ey and VerghisArt. She opens the doors to her London home graced with incredible artworks. We’ll discuss how she built her collection of contemporary Australian and international art, as well as her philanthropic support to artists through her board role with the Biennale of Sydney. Hosted by Anaïs Lellouche, our International Curatorial Associate based in London.

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Jessica Rankin, the nostalgia for the infinite, White Cube Bermondsey, 17 March - 1 May 2021.
© The Artist. Photo: Theo Christelis © White Cube.
Courtesy of the Artist and White Cube.


Anaïs Lellouche standing in front of Julie Curtiss' Le Futur, 2021.
Installation view, Julie Curtiss: Monads and Dyads, 2021, at White Cube, Mason's Yard, UK.
Courtesy of the artist, Anaïs Lellouche and White Cube.

London Gallery Weekend 2021

The Cultivist with Anaïs Lellouche

London is a Garden of Eden for art lovers, offering a remarkable range of accessible galleries representing a diverse array of artists. London Gallery Weekend, a new initiative celebrating art galleries in the city, has over 130 leading contemporary art galleries taking part in the inaugural edition this year.

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Frieze Art Fair.
Courtesy of Frieze and The Cultivist

Frieze London

The Cultivist

This year, for Frieze London we are welcoming back the return of in person art fairs with a guided tour hosted by Anaïs Lellouche and The Cultivist!
Join us on the 14th October, when a small group of dedicated collectors will be lead through a selection of galleries and artist studios for this exclusive event.

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Chiharu Shiota, I Hope..., rope, paper, steel, 2021.
Installation view at König Galerie, Berlin.
Photo: Sunhi Mang.
© VG bild-kunst, bonn, 2021 and the Artist.
Courtesy of the Artist and Designboom.


Cindy Sherman, installation view at Fondation Louis Vuitton, 2020.
Courtesy of the artist, The Cultivist and Fondation Louis Vuitton.

Cindy Sherman Virtual Tour

Fondation Louis Vuitton

Considered one of the most influential artists of her generation, Sherman collaboratively designed this exhibition, which includes many rarely seen and recent works. Learn more about Sherman's artistic trajectory with Lellouche, who has curated shows and commissions by some of the most visionary artists working today, such as Daniel Buren, Sol LeWitt and Oliver Beer. 

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Still image fromAnaïs Lellouche on Portia Zvavahera at David Zwirner, 2020.
Film directed by John O’Rourke.
Courtesy of the artist, David Zwirner and John O’Rourke.