Solo art exhibition “Emotions” by Piyanut Wilhelmy covers a great collection of her latest works. the event starts Friday, November 06 / 2020 to Dec 05 / 2020 at Jam Café 41 Soi Rong Nam Khaeng, Charoen Rat Soi 1 | BTS Surasak, Exit 2 |


At SeeMe, our mission is the pursuit of yin and yang in the Art World. Simply put, we want to help artists make great art and be discovered and help art enthusiasts and collectors identify and support new and emerging artists. Put together we are an exclusive international community of creatives and art lovers locked together in the pursuit of great art.

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.


Because of the pandemic, we at The CAMP gallery wanted to find a way to still exhibit and present artists with opportunities to exhibit, within the confines of social distancing. We came up with the following – give the gallery to artists to curate and present their own exhibition without the constraints of the gallery itself. We invited Miami based, but international artists, Khotan and Beatriz Chachamovits, two artists who had never met, but shared an approach to art so close that they unknowingly fed off of one another! Included in this project was the artists had to meet, to come up with their curatorial plan, write their statements and install their work – as they imagined it should be seen. Below is what Khotan and Beatriz had to say about their work and the exhibition they entitled: Symbiote

The Hopper Prize

The Hopper Prize was established to provide grants, visibility, and career enhancing validation to artists who demonstrate a serious commitment to their work. We accept submissions for grants through a bi-annual open call. Each grant cycle is juried by a new team of contemporary curators who select grant winners on the basis of artistic excellence and the promise of future potential. We view the field of visual art in its broadest and most inclusive sense and therefore make our awards available to artists working in any media.

Global Art Agency


The Global Art Agency (2010) is one of the fastest growing international art platforms, with large-scale art fairs and events in cities such as Amsterdam, Tokyo, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, Vienna, Rotterdam, Barcelona, Miami, Oxford, and many more.

Proud to be an award-winning organisation, including being in the top 30 of the Virgin Media Business VOOM Awards with our pitch to Sir Richard Branson in 2015.

The agency has now organised over 40 large-scale international art fairs, welcoming millions of art buyers, collectors, and art enthusiasts, generating huge art sales for our exhibitors.


Created in 1987 by Thierry Ehrmann, Artprice is a subsidiary company of the Server Group (Groupe Serveur in French). Its website aims to list every 17th century to contemporary artworks. In 2004, Artprice launched a fixed price marketplace for artwork, that later led to the creation of an online auction service. In 2014, Artprice redesigned its website and mobile applications and launched a premium fixed price marketplace service. In February 2015, Artprice executives announced they were seriously considering a merger between an American auction house and their own American subsidiary, Artmarket.com. Later that same year, Artprice denied rumors about their intention to acquire Artnet.com.

INTERPOL’s Database of Stolen Art

Database of stolen works of art combines descriptions and pictures of more than 50,000 items.  It is the only database at the international level with certified police information on stolen and missing objects of art. Countries send us information about stolen and missing items, and our experts add this to the database by our experts. In accordance with our strict data processing rules, only information provided by authorized entities (INTERPOL National Central Bureaus and specific international partner organizations, such as UNESCO,  and ICOM and ICCROM) can be inserted into the database.  Only fully identifiable objects are entered in the database.

Art Wanted

ArtWanted.com is a large artist community with multiple purposes. Our first goal is create a fun artist community, where artists and photographers can interact with each other and share their common love of art. Our second goal is to provide our members with an interactive portfolio gallery where they can display or sell their beautiful artwork. Other goals we have are to bring more exposure to our members, provide our members valuable feedback/comments on their artwork and generally increase the love of art around the globe.

Fine Art America

Welcome to the largest, fastest-growing art and photography community in the world.   Fine Art America is the premier online marketplace for buying and selling original artwork, prints, home decor, apparel, and more.   We’re also the easiest way to network with other photographers and visual artists and stay in touch with your local art scene!   Our interactive website is designed to bring together artists, art galleries, and art buyers by providing power online tools to all three groups.

Art Majeur

Artmajeur has been created to allow contemporary artists to present and sell their work by themselves, simply and intuitively. The gallery offers buyers and collectors a direct relationship with sellers: privileged access to artists around the world, without intermediaries, and with prices direct from the artist’s studio.

Miami Design District


Welcome to the Miami Design District. We’re a creative neighborhood where you can shop, dine, experience contemporary art and design, enjoy amazing events and get inspired. The District is home to more than 120 flagship stores like Balenciaga, Hermes, Fendi, Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and more – making it one of the world’s greatest shopping areas. In the District, you are also be surrounded by some of the best architecture in the country, right down to our award-winning Museum Garage. Shop design showrooms like Poliform and Holly Hunt.. Visit three cultural institutions — ICA Miami, the de la Cruz Collection and Locust Projects — within blocks of each other, or explore the rigorously curated and totally Instagrammable public art program woven throughout our streets. In the Miami Design District, every building and every pathway has to the potential to become a canvas for great design and art.