Latitudes Online is a global platform for art from Africa. The platform has been viewed in 150 (of 195) countries, and has shipped artworks across the world. With over 800 artists from the continent represented on the site, it is on its way to becoming the largest online platform for art from Africa.
As an online art marketplace and educational platform, Latitudes is the first of its kind to take a lateral and flexible approach to mediating art on the continent, according to which artists, galleries, independent curators, online entities, and institutions can experience equitable participation.
Our belief is that such a shift within our industry has been a long time coming, and will hopefully lead to a wider array of opportunities for artists and greater agency for the collector.
Africa is bursting with creative talent but has too few sustainable avenues to support practising artists. We invite you to join us in creating sustainable change for Africa's creative economy.
Latitudes Online, the fastest growing, freely available, art platform that brings together artworks presented by galleries, curators, studios, not-for-profit organisations and independent artists themselves. We are an all-female team that is changing the way art is being sold online, breaking boundaries and supporting entrepreneurship for our artists, curators and galleries. What’s more, Latitudes introduced an Education programme in 2021, through which we have mentored and directly benefited over 80 creatives in South Africa. Latitudes Education is set to expand into the continent in 2022.
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