SeeMe expands its support for emerging artists with the launch of its e-commerce platform where renowned artists such as Bogdan Luca, Jess Bush and Olga Ush make their prints available for purchase.Read More
The global art-curation platform SeeMe returns to New York City for an exclusive pop-up exhibition during this year’s Tribeca Art Night on September 26, showcasing the works of ten finalists from the preceding submission contest.Read More
Heavenly Bodies is an autobiographical series of skyscapes that represent very specific locations and events of the artist’s life. With the human body as her canvas, Rox now presents this series as a photo documentary of her work accompanied by a live painting performance. And through See.Me, these works will be available for the first time as limited-edition prints.Read More
SeeMe proudly kicked off Aspen’s Food & Wine Classic, with a VIP cocktail opening an exceptional exhibition at the Limelight Hotel. The event featured the artwork of renowned dynamic artists Alex Nero, Olivia Daane and Darrin Hartman. Limited edition prints are now available for sale, benefiting environmental organization ‘Nature Needs Half’, in an exhibition that will last for the duration of the culinary festival. Guests enjoyed refreshments supported by Lumi Juice, Winc Wine and Woody Creek.Read More
Continuing this year’s program with their second activation in New York City, SeeMe invited today’s passionate and talented artists to join their community and submit works for consideration to be included in a three-part series of exhibitions this summer.Read More
For the past five years, SeeMe has connected the world's creators to a global audience, both online and in real-world exhibitions and experiences. Thousands of creators have been exhibited to millions of viewers around the globe, from Art Basel Miami, to the Louvre and the White House, and dozens of shows throughout New York City.
Although a classically trained dancer, London Kaye has nurtured a deep passion for crochet since her early teens. After graduating NYU dance school, Kaye dove into the local street-art scene and started developing her unique style by crocheting on fences, trees and subway cars. She then made a public splash during the 2013 New York Fashion Week through a collaboration with that year’s Fashion Group International Rising Star Award in women’s wear…Read More
You may know him as the painter Swanski, or perhaps under the design umbrella of Swanarts Studio, or even through his progressive streetwear brantd Turbokolor Co. No matter the outlet, Pawel Swanski is a rare artist whose work presents a con icting yet appealing unison of civilization and nature that draws from his upbringing during Poland’s emergence from the Soviet shadow.