Artnet Gallery Network Liaisons Pick the Art That’s Captured Their Attention This Season

From fantastical figuration to abstraction, here's what's inspiring them right now.

Carla Jay Harris, The Wata (2023). Courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

The Artnet Gallery Network has thousands of artists and artworks—with more added all the time—and our liaisons know what’s available better than anyone. We asked them to share a few of the works that have captured their attention, and their picks are a great way to get inspiration for how to expand your collection, discover a new artist, or start the journey to finding that perfect piece for your home or office.

Below, there is everything from bold abstraction to fantastical figuration offered by galleries from around the world, all of which are accessible through a few simple clicks on the Artnet Gallery Network. And be sure to keep an eye out for our next artwork roundup, as we’re constantly adding new pieces and showcasing artists and galleries from both near and far.

Erté, Betty (ca. 1940)

A mannerist print of a woman dancing wearing a tiny mask skirt and two masks, and a black and white animal held in her hand, one of the liaison's picks.

Erté, Betty (ca. 1940). Courtesy of M.S. Rau, New Orleans.

Cristiano Pintaldi, Untitled (2019)

A black and white photo that looks like an old film still with people gathered in an old-timey downtown next to a vintage car looking at a massive tarantula approaching, one of the liaison's picks.

Cristiano Pintaldi, Untitled (2019). Courtesy of Galleria Mucciaccia, Rome, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Singapore, London.

Julien Saudubray, Growing #3 (2022)

A pastel abstraction with bright golden yellow, coral, dark goldenrod, and faint swathes of pale blue with russet lines outlining what could be an abstracted figure, one of the liaison's picks.

Julien Saudubray, Growing #3 (2022). Courtesy of Carvalho Park, Brooklyn.

Angela Letizia Renzi and Richard Tosczak, A Country Like You (Le Pays Qui te Ressemble) (2023)

An abstraction of multiple shades of green gesturally drawn over a field of butte yellow, one of the liaison's picks.

Angela Letizia Renzi and Richard Tosczak, A Country Like You (Le Pays Qui te Ressemble) (2023). Courtesy of Oeno Gallery, Toronto.

Carla Jay Harris, Clear Vision (2023)

A man wearing red shorts in a natural landscape in all tonal yellows with small white translucent birds flying around him, one of the liaison's picks.

Carla Jay Harris, Clear Vision (2023). Courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

Clare Goodwin, Jane and Jonathan (2023)

A geometric abstractions with squares and rectangles of various dimensions in taype, burnt orange, pale blue, and cream, one of the liaison's picks.

Clare Goodwin, Jane and Jonathan (2023). Courtesy of Lullin and Ferrari, Zurich.

Wlodzimierz Jan Zakrzewski, Memory Gaps (1980) (2020)

A white field with a small coral dot in lower right quadrant, and a slightly larger light coral dot below it at an angle, one of the liaison's picks.

Wlodzimierz Jan Zakrzewski, Memory Gaps (1980) (2020). Courtesy of Olszewski Gallery, Warsaw.

Mocellin-Pellegrini, Exile is not a geographical concept (2008)

A black field with small white dots like stars and the title of the work written in the star-like text across the center, one of the liaison's picks.

Mocellin-Pellegrini, Exile is not a geographical concept (2008). Courtesy of Galleria Lia Rumma, Naples, Milan.

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