Our Events

We offer unparalleled experiences within contemporary art for people curious about its origins and its impetus – and the chance to develop lasting affinities with its leading practitioners. Our expert led events and international research trips take our patrons and partners to the core of artistic production and explore the local culture around the world.

The Acropolis in Athens, Greece for our research trip with Outset Patrons on the occasion of documenta14.

Michael Landy introducing Breaking News, a project initiated by NEON at The Diplarios School. Michael gave our patrons a private tour of the project as part of our research trip to Athens for documenta14.

Private behind the scenes tour for our patrons of the new Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens, Greece on our research trip for documenta14. The Centre is designed by Renzo Piano and will open to the public in Autumn 2017.

Outset Patrons on our research trip to Athens, Greece for documenta14.

The OUTSET England Young Patrons Circle 2017 officially launches and announces it’s support of a site-specific digital art installation by Lawrence Lek for Art NIGHT | Fusion of Horizons.

Outset Germany_Switzerland relaunch event, April 2016. Chris Dercon (former Director of Tate Modern) giving a welcome speech with Outset Germany_Switzerland Director Bettina Böhm.

Outset Germany_Switzerland Patrons Trip to Manifesta, June 2016. The curator & artist Christian Jankowski in the middle.

International patrons research trip to Gwangju Biennal in Korea on the occasion to see works supported by Outset.

International patrons trip to Bogota Cartagena Colombia with curator Hans Ulrich Obrist

Young Patrons research Trip to Lofoten Biennale Norway
October 2015

Launch of the Tiffany & Co. x Outset Studiomakers Prize
Location: Tiffany & Co. Bond Street, London
left to right, artist Eddie Peake, Tiffany & Co. Managing Director Barratt West and Director of South London Gallery, Margot Heller.
November 2016

International Patrons trip to Sydney on the occasion of viewing the works supported by Outset at the 20th Biennale of Sydney.
Outset supported works by Emma McNally, Noa Eshkol and Yuta Nakamura.
March 2016