One of the key-words describing USEUM’s collection is diversity. Artists from over 100 countries continue to participate in sharing their artworks with art lovers and professionals worldwide. USEUM connects graphic designers from the United States to painters from Kenya to illustrators from the Philippines, and it is wonderfully inspiring to see both the differences and similarities between artists from different countries.
We were overwhelmed by the response we received for USEUM’s first online sale exhibition, in collaboration with Deutsche Bank charity of the year, World Child Cancer charity. Artists from the USEUM community showed incredible empathy for the charitable cause of the exhibition and their willingness to contribute was heart-warming.
After a successful collaboration with Le Dame Art Gallery in London, USEUM has now set up an online charity exhibition and sale where visitors have the opportunity to buy original artworks directly from USEUM for the first time - all in support of Deutsche Bank Charity of the Year 2015, World Child Cancer!
We are proud to announce that we recently partnered with “World Child Cancer: No child should suffer”, which is sponsored by Deutsche Bank (that is notably active in the Art World) to organise an exhibition on-line, where for the first time visitors will be able to buy original artworks directly from USEUM.
Few days ago, on the 6th of October 2015, we celebrated the opening of USEUM’s first ever exhibition in collaboration with Le Dame Art Gallery at Melia White House in London. The evening was a great success, full of art in the form of 23 beautiful paintings from 16 countries from 4 continents around the world. Music by professional pianist Fabio Tedde and award-winning wine by Domain Spiropoulos made the evening even more special.