Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art is a dynamic and forward-thinking institution dedicated to contemporary arts. With a bold curatorial approach, the exhibition program showcases a diverse range of artistic expressions, embracing new commissions, historical presentations, survey exhibitions, and long-term research projects. The presentations are carefully tailored to the unique spaces of the institution, ranging from top-lit white cubes to a converted iron-lined Victorian water tank.
Goldsmiths offers insightful artist biographies exclusively crafted for Docent. This collaboration showcases our shared commitment to enriching the art experience and fostering emerging talent.
Established in 1994, Gasworks is a non-profit organization working at the forefront of contemporary visual art to foster a vibrant exchange between UK and international artistic practices and dialogues. Gasworks provides studios for London-based artists, commissions emerging UK-based and international artists to present their first major exhibitions in the UK. These residencies serve as invaluable platforms for foreign artists to conduct research, cultivate ideas, and develop new works. Gasworks takes center stage on Docent’s home page with a special emphasis on artist videos.
V.O Curations is an arts organization committed to supporting emerging and underrepresented artists through an innovative and critically-engaged program. Founded in 2018 by the visionary duo of Zina Vieille and Nnamdi Obiekwe, V.O Curations firmly believes that the act of curation encompasses every facet of their comprehensive program, including residencies, exhibitions, events, publications, and studio spaces, all executed with utmost care and thoughtfulness. V.O Curations strives to create an inclusive space encouraging critical dialogue and artistic exploration, promoting the perspectives that have historically been marginalized. They work to make a lasting impact on the art world by amplifying the voices of emerging talents and fostering a vibrant and inclusive artistic ecosystem.
By sharing their works on the platform, V.O Curations extends the opportunity for art enthusiasts to discover and even acquire select artworks via Docent.
Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions (AWARE) is a non-profit organization, established in 2014 and led by curator and art historian, Camille Morineau, known for her expertise in women artists. At the core of AWARE's mission lies a profound aspiration—to rectify the historical imbalances within the art world and rewrite the narrative of art history by placing women artists on an equal pedestal alongside their male counterparts. For far too long, their invaluable contributions have been overlooked, and it is high time to bring their works into the spotlight. Through extensive research, rigorous exhibitions, and comprehensive documentation, AWARE strives to amplify the voices and narratives of women artists, forging a path towards a future where artistic excellence knows no gender boundaries.
AWARE and Docent collaborate seamlessly to showcase the works of women artists on the app. This partnership reflects our shared commitment to promoting inclusivity and rewriting the narrative of art history.
Radicants is an international curatorial cooperative, collaborating with a network of independent professionals. With a profound passion for the arts, they conceive, produce, and curate art exhibitions and offer expert advisory services to support and guide curatorial projects or programs. Nestled in the heart of Paris, Radicants maintains a permanent exhibition space for emerging and established artists to showcase their work, serving as a dynamic hub for artistic expression and cultural engagement. Radicants strives to push boundaries and challenge traditional artistic paradigms.
Radicants’ expertise in curatorial practice shines through as they offer valuable advice and curatorial highlights. This collaboration ensures that users of the app benefit from curated insights and a deeper understanding of the artistic vision behind the showcased works.