art advice & consultation
WW offers one-to-one sessions for art practitioners needing tailored professional development advice and a friendly consultation service for individual or corporate collectors or those thinking of starting a collection.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book; more information below.
One-to-one tailored sessions are £50 and last approx 1hr
For art practitioners
The WW duo has supported and mentored a number of exceptionally talented artists, assisting them in realising their potential, supporting their successes and promoting them to wider audiences.
WW can offer advice in the following areas:
- professional development
- artist portfolio reviews
- approaching galleries
- starting your own gallery/project space
Whether you are thinking about starting or are already building your art collection, WW can offer you a friendly, accessible and professional consultation service, designed to meet your particular needs, including private viewings, studio visits and our 'test-drive-art' service. In addition works can be purchased in interest-free installments.
Established in 2008, WW is one of London’s leading contemporary artist-run spaces with a reputation for consistently forward-thinking and innovative projects. WW has a programme of solo and group exhibitions, accompanied by regular talks, tours and publications. This is complemented by off-site projects and the annual SOLO award.
WW's directors Debra Wilson and Chiara Williams are both practising and exhibiting artists, (graduates of The Ruskin, CSM, LCC, UEL, LMU) and have curated a number of successful shows and events, on and off-site, including collateral UK exhibitions at the 53rd & 54th Venice Biennales.
Wilson & Williams also both have over 20 years combined experience in arts education, in particular in HE and FE teaching and management and the pair regularly lead talks, courses and conferences in the UK and internationally. Recent organisations they have worked with include Artquest, The City Lit, The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine art, University of the Arts London (Futurising, one-to-one curatorship and arts management advice); Sheffield Hallam University (Symposium – Another Way), University of East London (Key Note speakers for UEL Creative Arts Industries Event Series); the IUAV university, Venice (Starting from Venice: The Biennale Collateral Events); and been the subject of a thesis on contemporary art audiences (Audiences of Contemporary art: A Cross-Cultural Reception Analysis, Mireille Haddad, Università degli Studi di Firenze).