"This spring we have an action-packed season to bring to your inbox. We are delighted to share our collaborations with leading artists and collectors, inspiring exhibitions, and some very exciting upcoming events."

Spring News 2022

John & Myriam Wylie Collection, 2021

Discover the full publication of the John and Myriam Wylie Collection. Design by Antoine Audiau, Antoine+Manuel. 2021.

John & Myriam Wylie Collection, 2021

"2021 brought us many exciting endeavours... Collaborating with collectors to acquire works by leading contemporary artists has meant researching, sourcing and enriching the lives of our clients who were stuck at home but at least in the company of great artists."

Inspiration Newsletter 2021 – 2022

"Trading on exclusivity is no longer a viable option, not with closures and cancellations causing the art sector to slump and rethink its approach. New audiences, new tactics and new approaches are needed to revive the industry, and a fresh cohort of businesses are ready to rise to the challenge, armed with just that."

Meet the Australian Women Reshaping the Art World for the Next Generation, Vogue Australia

"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. We invited our guide, Anaïs Lellouche, to share her selection of the best spaces and food across the city for a perfect gallery day. Anaïs is a curator and art consultant, and well-versed in the London gallery scene."

London Gallery Weekend, The Cultivist, 2021

Chiharu Shiota, I Hope..., 2021. Installation: rope, paper, steel. König Galerie, Berlin, Germany. Image by Sunhi Mang. © The artist and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021. Image courtesy the artist and Konig Galerie.

Experience the virtual tour of Chiharu Shiota's exhibition, I Hope, featured in Design Boom. Hosted by the Guest Club.

"Anaïs is a curator and art consultant based in London. She has curated exhibitions and led major commissions in Dubai, Melbourne, Paris and New York. She collaborates with collectors to build tailored, museum quality collections and is actively engaged with artists, developing opportunities for them through museum projects around the world. She has been very involved with public art and sculpture parks. Anaïs is on the board of La Pause (Marrakech) and INSPIRE, Peace Research Institute (Oslo). She holds an MA from Bard College, Centre for Curatorial Studies (NY) and regularly publishes and teaches masterclasses on contemporary art."

Meet Our Guest with Anaïs Lellouche, GuestWork Agency, 2020

Anaïs Lellouche with Oliver Beer in the artist's exhibition OMA at Thaddaeus Ropac, London, 2020. Event hosted by the Guest Club. Image courtesy the artist, the Guest Club and Thaddaeus Ropac. Photo: Martin Behrman.

Guest Club: Removing the Stuffy Stigma Attached to the Commercial Art World, is Guest Club the Future of Art Collecting, Hunter & Folk

"If you don't live and breathe it, the art market can feel like an intimidating beast to approach...It's a wonder then, that more platforms like Melbourne-based Guest Club don't exist."

Collecting 101: The Beginners Guide to Buying Art, The Australian, 2020

"I was very fortunate to have had a passion for art from a very young age and I started gaining experience in the field at the age of 16 years. I knew I would work in the arts but was not exactly certain in what capacity, whether as an artist, gallerist, in a museum, or auction house. So I tried them all! This is how I found my way; I kept moving ahead with experiences in the field until it felt right."

Industry Insights: Anais Lellouche, Curatorial Director, Creative Women's Circle, 2016

Wim Delvoye, Chapel, 2010 – 2011. Photo: MONA/Rémi Chauvin. Image courtesy of MONA Museum of Old and New Art,
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
The World’s Best Destinations For Public Art, Quintessentially

"Sculpture parks are the Garden of Eden for art lovers. International curator Anais Lellouche whets our appetite for future travel by exploring her top ten favourite art destinations and sculpture parks around the world.

Ranging from local gems, like the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in England, to art pilgrimage destinations, such as the Naoshima ‘art island,’ famous for its Tadao Ando architecture, this is the hit list you will not want to miss as you plan your next art-inspired getaway."

"An ephemeral, melancholic fantasy world that leaves a lasting impact: that's what White Night's organisers are hoping to create on the second annual all-night arts event on February 22, replete with a musical line-up including a homage to Prince's epic 1980s musical drama film Purple Rain."

White Night: A Melancholic Artistic Dream that Lingers Long, The Sunday Morning Herald, 2014