Introducing Foundwork - an artists and curators platform

artist research landing page
Text and pictures Foundwork

Like Online Dating...but for artists! 

We’re excited to invite you to Foundwork, a new platform designed to help connect artists and collaborators across the global contemporary art community. Foundwork is a focused venue where artists can introduce their work to an international art audience, and where curators, gallerists, and other collaborators can efficiently research and engage with a wider range of practicing artists, wherever they’re based.

Foundwork Artist Research Page; Artwork © George Koutsouris Halmer (left) and Liisa Nelson (right)

Foundwork was established by Adam Yokell, a former Brooklyn gallerist. The site is a response to the systemic challenges that artists and exhibitors face trying to find and connect with one another. Foundwork is a deliberate workspace for artists and collaborators, not a marketplace, and is a searchable resource for artists and art professionals alike.

The platform currently hosts artists from over thirty countries, featuring self-taught artists together with those from academic studio backgrounds.

Foundwork Guest Curators Program with Recent Guests Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori, Co-Founders of SPRING/BREAK Art Show; Artwork (c) Zac Hacmon (left), John Richey (center), Rachael Starbuck (right)

Foundwork is normally available to artists for a $4 monthly subscription and is free for art students.

Now Bpigs followers can sign up for their first 6 months on Foundwork FREE of charge!!! To redeem this offer and start your free trial, register here by April 30, 2019 and enter the Bpigs Member Code—BPIGSXFW (all caps)—where prompted on the Foundwork website.

Learn more here and follow Foundwork for updates. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Foundwork directly at

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