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We love… 100 Curators, 100 Days

An ambitious, online initiative by Saatchi Online is inviting 100 curators to showcase the works of ten international artists over 100 days.

Launched last month, the web-only project will eventually see the works of over 1,000 artists from around the world presented in this large-scale exhibition.  100 curators, including Daria de Beauvais, from Palais de Tokyo in Paris and Alessandro Vincentelli of Gateshead’s Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, are making selections from over 60,000 artists and their works, currently archived in the Saatchi Gallery’s impressive online library.

A new collection of works and its featured curator are revealed at 12:00pm (Pacific Standard Time) each day – you can see more from this brilliant project here.

Scroll down for more images and information via It’s Nice That.

Cécile Van Hanja: Indoor Space

Charlotte Billingham: Untitled

Betty McGheean: Walking Wheels

Richard Brocken: water |ˈwôtər; ˈwä-|

Michael Belhadi: Trabant

Dominic Hawgood: The Beginning of the End

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