In today’s art market, artists like Takashi Murakami represent the kind of neo-pop artists that have taken the torch from innovators like Warhol in an ever-evolving socio-economic landscape. With accessible and identifiable tropes, Murakami is once again globally recognized for his play of life and death in flowers and skulls. Moreover, his collaboration with musicians, fashion, and animation renders the entirety of his work accessible to nearly anyone. At West Chelsea Contemporary, you’ll find examples of high value investment pieces as well as accessible sculptures, prints, and collectibles. It’s no longer simply quoting commercial culture that defines the popularization of art and artists, but rather the ability to be accessed by a myriad and wide variety of collectors, both beginning and experienced.
In this vein, West Chelsea Contemporary is a vital part of the conversation inviting inclusivity into the art market. Within our walls, you can expect to witness and acquire some of the world’s leading contemporary artists, receive a thoughtful educational experience, and find a new addition to your collection that falls within your means. Your instinct in art is beautiful. We’re here to celebrate and cultivate it, with you.
– Allee Beatty, Art Consultant | firstname.lastname@example.org