Unconventional ‘No Man’s Art pop-up Gallery’ returns

No Mans Art Gallery headerTo open up the global art market for young, promising artists, No Man’s Art Gallery organizes pop-up galleries worldwide.

Metropolitan art exhibition

No Man’s Art Gallery (NMAG) is coming back to its hometown, Rotterdam. This traveling exhibition has drawn thousands of visitors in cities like Paris, Cape Town, Shanghai, Mumbai and Copenhagen.
In each city, founder Emmelie Koster organizes brief expositions where local artistry will be displayed next to artists who have joined in previous editions.
Every time over 100 art works are exhibited in inspiring, urban environments.

Magnificent pieces, modest prices

When it comes to exhibiting art, NMAG doesn’t take predictable steps. In the global press this unconventional project is mentioned as a example of successful cultural entrepreneurship.
Emmelie Koster personally travels to all destinations to build a network of artists, art buyers, press and sponsors.
This way young artists will expand their territories and art buyers will have good opportunities to purchase magnificent pieces for modest prices (between 100 and 5000 euros).

Secret location

This guerilla gallery opens May 28, on a Rotterdam location, that will remain secret. You have to register first, to get on the guest list and receive the address of the exhibition.

Admission is free, but you can visit No Man’s Art Gallery just for ten days! Then it will move again to another metropole abroad. So do not hesitate, if you are a dedicated art lover. Good things come to those who wait, but sometimes best things come to those who take action unreservedly.

Artwork Aixia Li - Play House Kitchen