Since 2010, Beers has worked with emerging and established artists to explore a diverse exhibition programme dedicated to thematic, aesthetic, and political concepts, highlighting an approach to contemporary art that is both progressive and thought-provoking.
The gallery upholds an active fair schedule including participation in Art15 London, Art Basel Week and Art Basel Miami Week, as well as Armory Week in New York, among others. In autumn 2014, Director Kurt Beers authored 100 Painters of Tomorrow, published by Thames & Hudson, which was adjudicated by a panel of prominent figures in the arts in search of some of the world's most exciting emerging painters working today. In July, Beers opened 'The Fantasy of Representation' guest curated by artist Andrew Salgado, including work by Francis Bacon, Gary Hume and Hurvin Anderson with the aim of pairing emerging representational painters alongside well-established representational painters. For the past six years, Beers London's open exhibition, Contemporary Visions, has garnered a reputation for exhibiting some of the most exciting emerging and mid-career artists found internationally and submissions are now opened. In late 2015, the off-site group exhibition 'artistsartists' will showcase work by 30 London-based artists who themselves have been selected by other artists; organizers for this exciting project are Ivan Massow, collector, philanthropist and former Chair of London's Institute of Contemporary Arts, Nancy Durrant, Arts Commissioning Editor of The Times, and Kurt Beers.
Through continued collaboration with artists and organizations, the goal of Beers continues to strive to celebrate, share, and exhibit contemporary art in London and worldwide.