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murmurART takes online art exhibition to a new level!

love thy neighbourA new contemporary art project has launched this month. The murmurART site launch will present 40 of the most talented emerging artists in the UK and exhibit their work for sale online. Many of the pieces will debut at the site's launch. It is the first high quality online platform dedicated to the promotion of a handpicked selection of emerging artists.

Over the last six months murmurART, with the help of the former editor of Art Review, Catriona Warren, has searched through hundreds of the best artists who have emerged over the last few years to represent on the site.

Catriona and murmurART are committed to supporting emerging artists of outstanding potential and engaging the widest possible audience in contemporary art. As well as a place for collectors to source unfound talent, the site provides an open platform for newcomers to contemporary art.

Co-founder William Conibear explains “Although the thrust of the website is promoting quality emerging artists, it also provides the perfect platform for newcomers to the art world to discover, learn about and invest in contemporary art.”

Artists invited to showcase their work on the site include names such as Laurence Owen, Hugo Wilson, Kevin Harman, Giles Ripley, Emma Wieslander and Alex Robbins. murmurART have chosen from all practices including painting, sculpture, video art, photography, performance art and installation.

Catriona Warren highlights, "What is exciting about murmurART is the quality of work on the site: it features some of the strongest emerging artists of the last few years at a stage in their careers where their work is still affordable to collect."

The project will also host online exhibitions of work selected by internationally established and emerging curators, as well as holding a London-based show this May with help from Creative Consultant Flora Fairbairn, organiser of the Concrete and Glass festival. The murmurART online magazine, covering the less established side of the contemporary art world, launches in February next year.

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