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UpRaw Pop-up Exhibition


Thu 29 Nov 2012, 2:00pm–9:00pm
Fri 30 Nov 2012, 3:00pm–9:00pm
Sat 1 Dec 2012, 10:00am–5:00pm
Sun 2 Dec 2012, 11:00am–5:00pm
Fri 7 Dec 2012, 3:00pm–9:00pm
Sat 8 Dec 2012, 10:00am–5:00pm
Sun 9 Dec 2012, 11:00am–5:00pm

Where: UpRaw Pop-up Exhibition, 174 Crown Street, Darlinghurst, Darlinghurst

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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UpRaw is Great Art Unearthed. Gain access to raw, unadulterated talent from the world’s best emerging artists.

Be the first to own artwork by emerging artists from around the world at the launch of UpRaw, an online platform for early career artists. Art lovers and collectors will be able to access unique art pieces without the exorbitant price-tag through UpRaw's website dedicated to connecting raw creative talent with art enthusiasts.

UpRaw kicks off in Sydney with a pop-up exhibition showing and selling a great selection of on the up talent.

Part of Sydney-based art investment company Art Equity, UpRaw is pushing the boundaries of showcasing and selling art. CEO Raj Nanda marvels that just 10 years ago selling online was in its infancy and online galleries were rare.

Now it’s a valuable platform for emerging and established artists to expose their work to the global art world. “As pioneers in the business of selling art online we see UpRaw as a natural development, with the website’s easy to navigate functionality and shopping cart facilities,” he explains.

“UpRaw is an affordable entry to art collecting. We make a point of offering original artworks that are accessible to all art enthusiasts, with prices starting at under AU$200 and nothing priced over AU$2,000. We also provide free shipping within Australia and New Zealand,” he adds.

Ralph Hobbs, Art Director and an artist represented by UpRaw notes being able to showcase and sell high quality artworks online is an opportunity to broaden artists’ reach and expose their work to a wider audience that “may be intimidated by the gallery scene or not necessarily have time to go to openings”.

“The reality is that the internet is a global market place and at UpRaw there is a serious understanding of the way art and the internet work together. It has exposed my art to a far greater audience than I would normally be able to create,” adds Hobbs.

“UpRaw looks after all the issues associated with selling work, so I can get on and do it. So far as UpRaw is concerned I can produce the work and watch it sell to people I will probably never know. As an artist, that is a great feeling.”

“Over the 9 years of building Art Equity, we’ve been exposed to hundreds of talented early career artists. We’ve kept our eye on them, mentored many of them and are now thrilled to be able to represent them through UpRaw.”

Currently, almost 20 Australian and international artists are represented by UpRaw. Mediums range from traditional oil paintings, photography, drawings and original prints to stencil art.

Artists have been carefully selected through a number of criteria; Hobbs says they are required to go above and beyond “decorative work to maintain technical and conceptual substance.” The combined experience of the staff at Art Equity and UpRaw are just as valuable to buyers.

Emma Crott, Coordinator of UpRaw, says "we are committed to not only providing an online exhibition space but curating various art initiatives and pop-up shows in Australia and beyond so customers can experience the works in a physical environment."

"We are always seeking new and exciting ways to showcase our artists' work, for example we regularly exhibit at EMI Music on Flinders Street (Sydney) as part of their Art Project. Collaborations with the music, fashion and food industries allow us to promote our artists to a broad range of people and create a dialogue with other cultural entities."

For more information and to check out the website above.