Kim Wan artworks at auction, Bonhams, London

‘Wolf’ artwork 1985 by Kim Wan
Rave: A large collection of Rave flyers from London, Brighton and Hastings,
1989 onwards, Qty
12 June 2024, 13:00 BST

London, Knightsbridge

£700 – £900

comprising approx. 160 rave flyers, including significant artists and DJs at the start of their careers such as Carl Cox, John Digweed, LTJ Bukem, Pete Tong, Danny Rampling and Paul Oakenfold, includes a membership letter from the Pure Organisation dated 1991, and 6 membership cards for various raves, together with original Wolf artwork by Kim Wan, Various, (Qty)


Collected by the vendor from the early stages of rave culture in the UK. This period informed dance music as we know it today, along with many of the artists on these flyers.


Both of these artworks are showing at SCOPE Miami

Both of these artworks are showing at SCOPE Miami, 11/30 – 12/5.
SEE|ME – [EXPOSURE] – Booth G11, Ocean Drive/8th St, Miami Beach


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Kim Wan NFT drop 29/11

Today we’re showcasing the first NFT in the See|Me |NFT Collective : [Exposure] Edition. This piece is a 1/1 NFT from @kimwanart and one of five original NFT works of his that are part of [Exposure]. The entire collection goes up for auction on 11/29 on @Opensea. @ScopeArtShow
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Tree of Life exhibition at Electro Studios

Private view: 6-9pm, Friday 17th September

Over fifty artists with connections to Hastings and St Leonards will be exhibiting in a group show to be held at Electric Studio Project (@electro_studios_project_space) space this September. A broad range of artists have come together around the theme ‘The Tree of Life’. A range of mediums and approaches will be on show, in works by artists from a host of different backgrounds and at different points in their careers  – celebrating the cross section of creativity which exists in the area. 


The Tree of Life will be open to the public on the 18, 19, 25 & 26 September and by appointment between 20th and the 24th September


Private view: 6-9pm, Friday 17th September


Several of the works on show will be for sale via the gallery

Pop up painting in the west end of London!

We’re pleased to announce that Kim is one of the highlighted artists who will be featured this Saturday 28 August at the first ever Pop-Up Painting event in the West End! Come and find him and his easel at one of the locations around Mayfair.

Paint alongside professional artists in various locations across the West End: Grosvenor Square, Berkeley Square, Mount Street Gardens, Golden Square, Pearson Square (Fitzrovia Chapel) and New Bond Street.

New Bond Street 
Franklin Delano Roosevelt memorial in Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, United Kingdom 


We’ll have easels set up, materials for you to use, and the stunning squares and vistas of the West End to inspire you – all you need to do is come along from 11am — 4pm!
Exhibition from 4-6pm in Grosvenor Square.

This event is made possible with the kind support of Westminster City Council and @westminsterreveals

Participating artists:


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Upcoming NYC Armory week, “S/HE PERSISTED”

In the upcoming NYC Armory week, SeeMe will celebrate

Women – Persistence, Power and Strength.

We will be showcasing the work of many amazing artists from our community from March 4th – March 26th, 2020, including Kim Wan

Join us for the opening reception next Wed, March 4th at Bandit Coffee. RSVP

We are extremely grateful to our partners Bandit Coffee and Anoko House for helping to make this possible,

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About See.Me

See.Me is an international community and art competition for visual artists. Since 2012, See.Me has hosted dozens of exhibitions from New York City to Miami to The White House to The Louvre in Paris. Over the years we have distributed over $1.5 million in artist grants and awards. We exist to help artists gain recognition and feedback for their work and connect them with economic opportunity.

Armory Week in NYC has grown to become the calendar kick-off for the Art World. Less than two years ago, SeeMe chose this occasion to relaunch its community. This year Art Takes Armory 2020 will celebrate women and the inspiration and strength they bring to our lives with “S/he Persisted…” “S/he Persisted…” – These powerful words are part of a phrase that arose from political conflict. Not surprising in our current environment. But they also invoke the power of perseverance, determination, and progress in the path of criticism and self-doubt: deeply powerful forces in the world of art and individual creativity. In honor of Women’s History Month this year please join the SeeMe Community in celebrating art that is inspired by the Feminine power in us all.


Who am I as a fe/male?

Who are the influential women in my life and how have they influenced me?

What voice of femininity do I hear, feel, see?

As a man, what does it mean to be a feminist?

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(Prelude to) Truth | Illusion | Power | Resistance

Solo exhibition by Kim Wan​
Pop-up show of new artworks, combining Fine Art and Graffiti

Friday, 20th – Tuesday, 24th September 2019
Open daily, 11am-6pm
Opening event: Friday, 20th September, 6-9pm

Venue: Art Number 23

100 Clements road
Block F
The Old Biscuit Factory
SE16 4DG
United Kingdom
m: (+44) 07570946696
Closest station: Bermondsey (Jubilee line)


Kerry James Marshall, Marilyn Minter, Marcel Dzama, Julie Mehretu, Catherine Opie, Jim Hodges, Kiki Smith, Robert Longo, and Kim Wan at POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE!

February 22 – 24, 2019
39 Walker Street, Tribeca, NYC

The 21st Annual


is almost here!

Featuring artworks by Kathe Burkhart, Nancy Burson, Polly Apfelbaum, William Wegman, Louise Lawler, Ricci Albenda, Kay Rosen, Michael St. John, Tom Bianchi, Lawrence Weiner, Brendan Fernandes, Nayland Blake, Betty Tompkins, Donald Baechler, Robert Gober, Hans Haacke, Ida Applebroog, Louise Fishman, Jordan Eagles, Richard Renaldi, Jane Hammond, LJ Roberts, Sadie Barnette, Barbara Takenaga, Ross Bleckner, Judy Glantzman and over 1600 others!

The only opportunity to see the entire exhibition.
Silent Auction & Raffle Prizes. (No postcard sales.)

* Artist Preview from 6pm-8pm
Participating artists can attend the Preview for free (no RSVP required), starting at 6pm, one hour after VIP Preview. Additional guests $100 each (see below).

* VIP Preview begins at 5pm
$100 admission (payable at the door or online here) allows guests into the gallery one hour before the general doors open. Beat the crowd and get an extra close look at all the artwork.


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24 from 12 PM – 4 PM
(SUNDAY SPECIAL: Buy 2 & Get 1 Free)

Over 1600 artworks displayed anonymously – and artist’s name revealed only after purchase. First-come, first-served. All postcard artwork only $85 each. On Sunday ONLY – buy 2 postcards, get 1 free as our “thank you.” With so much wonderful art on display, you are bound to find something you love—and all proceeds supports the programs of Visual AIDS. $5 suggested admission. Postcards from the Edge gift certificates also available here.