Partnership Editions aims to make remarkable art accessible to all.
We work collaboratively with some of today's most exciting emerging artists, curating prints and originals from just £60. Alongside our online platform, we use events, brand partnerships and exhibitions to engage with and reach new audiences - allowing you to experience art in a totally new way. We want to open up the conversation around art and breakdown its elitism, with the belief that art really is for all.
We release eight “drops” of original artworks per year, and play host to artist debut collections and limited edition print collections.
As well as our online offering, we bring art to new audiences through our active events programme. We know that nothing can totally replace seeing art in the flesh, so we regularly show-case art via pop-ups, exhibitions and brand collaborations.
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We unearth the most exciting artistic talent working today, inviting you to
Our Trade Programme
We know the art world can be intimidating, so whatever your budget, our team of art experts are on-hand to talk to you about starting a collection.
We also work with interior designers
We partner with like-minded brands to bring art outside of the traditional gallery space. Since our launch we've partnered with brands such as Reformation, The Royal Academy, Toast, Rejina Pyo and many more. We work closely with certain charities throughout the year, donating a percentage of sales. We also stock a range of prints and originals at Liberty London.
Partnership Editions was founded by Georgia Spray in 2017.
Six years spent working in the art world convinced Georgia that there was a gap in the market: a curated platform to connect would-be collectors with emerging artists. Georgia studied History of Art at Bristol University, going on to work at leading art institutions including White Cube Gallery, Christie's and the Auction Room, a digital auction house at which she launched the Contemporary African Art department, and for art dealer Ivor Braka.
Tired of the elitism of the art world, and after having received continued enquiries from peers unable to find good quality affordable art for their homes, she founded Partnership Editions. Partnership Editions has been featured in Vogue, The FT, Another, The Telegraph, The Times, House & Garden and many more.