10 Artworks From Artnet’s Gallery Network That Our Experts Are Loving This Month

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Jim Richard, Around Back, (2020). Courtesy of Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans.

Featuring thousands of works of art and international galleries, the Artnet Gallery Network is a premier resource for conveniently searching and finding the perfect piece for your collection or simply discovering a new artist to follow. With the wealth of art, artists, and galleries available to browse, it may be daunting to know where to start. Whether to help start your journey or bring some new talent to your attention, we reached out to our dedicated team of gallery liaisons to see what artists and artworks have recently stood out to them.

Represented by galleries based everywhere from Tokyo to Zurich, New Canaan to Paris, below are the top ten Artnet Gallery Network liaison picks. And by no means is this list exhaustive—it represents only a small fraction of works on the Artnet Gallery Network, where you can easily explore galleries and artists’ work from around the world from your own laptop or smartphone.

Amy Barker
Untitled VI (2017)
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Amy Barker, Untitled VI (2017). Courtesy of Studio Sixty Six, Ottawa.

Meron Engida
Highlander 2 (2023)
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Meron Engida, Highlander 2 (2023). Courtesy of Morton Fine Art, Washington.

Liam Everett
untitled (the passenger) (2022)
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Liam Everett, untitled (the passenger) (2022). Courtesy of Mennour, Paris.

Franziska Furter
Ripples 7 (2022)
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Franziska Furter, Ripples 7 (2022). Courtesy of Lullin and Ferrari, Zurich.

Iulian Bisericaru
Natural Serendipity (2023)
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Iulian Bisericaru, Natural Serendipity (2023). Courtesy of Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest.

Anne Rowland
What Difference Does It Make (Sumy Oblast, Ukraine and Kursk Oblast, Russia) (2022)
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Anne Rowland, What Difference Does It Make (Sumy Oblast, Ukraine and Kursk Oblast, Russia) (2022). Courtesy of Hemphill, Washington.

 

Jim Richard
Around Back, (2020)
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Jim Richard, Around Back, (2020). Courtesy of Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans.

Isamu Kenmochi
Rattan Chair for Yamakawa Rattan (1965)
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Isamu Kenmochi, Rattan Chair for Yamakawa Rattan (1965). Courtesy of TTA Gallery, Tokyo.

Rita Maas
Salutations 2109 (2021)
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Rita Maas, Salutations 2109 (2021). Courtesy of Silvermine Galleries, New Canaan.

Kyle Dunn
Window (2020)
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Kyle Dunn, Window (2020). Courtesy of P.P.O.W., New York.

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