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Starkwhite contemporary art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand Starkwhite Auckland
Mazzoleni contemporary art gallery in Turin, Italy Mazzoleni London, Turin
MAKI contemporary art gallery in Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan MAKI Tokyo
Lisson Gallery contemporary art gallery in Lisson Street, London, United Kingdom Lisson Gallery East Hampton, London, New York, Shanghai
Simchowitz contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles, USA Simchowitz Los Angeles
Unit London contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Unit London London
Blum & Poe contemporary art gallery in Tokyo, Japan Blum & Poe Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo
de Sarthe contemporary art gallery in de Sarthe, Hong Kong de Sarthe Beijing, Hong Kong
WORKPLACE contemporary art gallery in Margaret Street, London, United Kingdom WORKPLACE Gateshead, London
Chambers Fine Art contemporary art gallery in New York, USA Chambers Fine Art Beijing, New York
Perrotin contemporary art gallery in Paris, France Perrotin Hong Kong, New York, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo
Anat Ebgi contemporary art gallery in Culver City, Los Angeles, USA Anat Ebgi Los Angeles
Arario Gallery contemporary art gallery in Seoul, South Korea Arario Gallery Cheonan, Seoul, Shanghai
TKG+ contemporary art gallery in TKG+, Taipei, Taiwan TKG+ Taipei
White Space contemporary art gallery in Beijing, China White Space Beijing
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Ocula has an expanding audience of collectors, gallerists, curators and art enthusiasts who come to Ocula for its comprehensive access to the world's leading contemporary art galleries. Ocula gallery membership is by application or invitation only and admission is determined by a selection committee of influential gallerists including: Tina Kim, Tina Kim Gallery, New York; Lorenz Helbling ShanghART, Shanghai; Simon Devolder, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels; and Ashley Rawlings, Blum & Poe, Tokyo. With membership now extending to over 160 art galleries, Ocula's online art platform includes the top contemporary art galleries in Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.

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Listed galleries range from established names like David Zwirner, Lehmann Maupin and Sprüth Magers, to emerging and dynamic contemporary art spaces like Beijing's Long March Gallery. Ocula gallery members exhibit works by renowned and emerging contemporary artists, and show a range of artworks from photography, painting, sculpture, collage to conceptual art. Ocula receives numerous applications for membership and only invites leading galleries with exceptional programmes, also dedicated to presenting the best in art, to join.

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