“Beautiful Crime are ahead of the game in innovative art-focused editorial and their creative ideas, art shows and events offline always attract much attention.”
Alistair Foster, News Editor of Evening Standard
Our online gallery offers both the new and experienced art collector original artworks and limited edition prints by our pick of the best up-and-coming talents in the contemporary and urban art scenes. Some artists are affiliated with Beautiful Crime whilst others are exclusively represented by us.
Beautiful Crime’s online magazine gives you a daily dose of art news covering contemporary, urban, and digital & interactive art. Offering our readers thought-provoking and innovative content about the art world, our knowledgable editorial team deliver need-to-know art news and trends as they happen. We also feature interviews with today’s leading art talent and key figures within the art world; check out our ‘Have A Word’ and ‘On Art‘ sections. Want to know what to see? Check our our Show Diary which offers our pick of the best, alternative, cutting-edge and most exciting art shows in the UK and from around the globe.
We also offer creative and experiential services for events and marketing solutions by way of artist and brand collaborations. This includes live urban art sprays, live audiovisual video projections, short films and interactive installations. We are also experienced in putting on solo and group art exhibitions for our artists.
If you are after art for personal, commercial or corporate spaces, our team can both source it and curate it, and we offer a free first consultation – on the phone or on site.
If you would like to know more about these services please contact us.
AND NOW FOR A BIT OF HISTORY…
Beautiful Crime was established in 2004 after we convinced artist Adam Neate to stop leaving his cardboard magnificence on the streets and let us sell them online. This made Beautiful Crime one of the first online galleries in the world to sell street art originals.
Herakut followed, as did Boogie and D*Face, and before too long, Beautiful Crime became a voice in urban art culture, before branching out in to contemporary art, along with successful art exhibitions and experiential campaigns in 2010.
Having taken a back seat from the online world to focus on solo and group shows with our artists, as well as collaborations with global brands, we relaunched the website in 2012. We now nurture our own rosta of new contemporary and urban art talent and thus Beautiful Crime has become a wider art oasis, focusing on all that’s new, experimental and cutting edge within multiple art scenes.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you’d like to get in touch.