No Man’s Art Gallery provides an international platform for young artists by organizing pop up galleries all over the world. Every three months they take on a different city to find local young artists with great talent. They exhibit their art in the city they find them in and take the artists with them to the next city.
Their exhibitions always show a wide variety of young artists, coming from all over the world. Previous exhibitions were in Amsterdam, Hamburg, Mumbai and Paris, our next stop is Copenhagen. In Copenhagen, they will be showing Dutch, German, Indian, French and Danish artists.
The name ‘No Man’s Art Gallery’ refers to No Man’s Land, the land that has no laws and no set boundaries. They regard conventions and territorial boundaries to be restrictions. They either willfully ignore them or play with them until they work in their favour. It keeps them innovative and adventurous and allows them to do business in every country and culture.
No Man’s Art Gallery is the first art gallery to organize pop up galleries in a different country every three months. The exhibitions are open for three days before we are gone again and are always an adventure to visit. The location is secret, and only disclosed to those who sign up beforehand.
Picture above: Cill Laurens (also shown in Prestage)
Picture below: Mia Mai Graabaek, UnderVand