FRANCE: The French Riviera says goodbye to Gucci as Brigitte Bardot welcomes Pigcasso to St Tropez instead! Select artworks will be showcased at STUDIO D11 Art Gallery (Central St Tropez) from mid July 2023.
UNITED KINGDOM: The much anticipated book ‘Pigcasso will be launched in London on 2nd August 2023. The book features Pigcasso’s life story with the foreword written by Dr Jane Goodall. Please watch the social media channels for further information.
CHINA: An unrivalled and highly creative interactive Exhibition will open at K11 in Shanghai and will run from mid July until September 2023. Please watch the social media channels for further information.
SOUTH AFRICA: OINK! Gallery (March 2023 - ongoing) showcases a wide range of premium original Pigcasso artworks at Farm Sanctuary Retreat in Franschhoek. Viewing by appointment only.
SPAIN (Mallorca): A wide selection of original Pigcasso artworks can be viewed at Galeria HMH. Contact Andreas Streicher +34 610 15 95 43
GERMANY: OINK! Exhibition (July - September 2022) was held at Dr Wolf’s Wunderkammer in Hann Munden. Visitors were able to view works by Pigcasso along with interactive video and engaging content that shared the pig’s rise from slaughterhouse to world-renowned artist.
NETHERLANDS: The OINK! Pop-Up Exhibition (Sepetember-November 2021) was opened along the famous Nieuwe Spiegelstraat in Amsterdam.
SOUTH AFRICA: In 2018 - 2019, Pigcasso became the first non-human artist to host a series of solo exhibitions at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town South Africa.
In 2021, Pigcasso made an official world record when her artwork ‘Wild and Free’ sold to a German buyer for GBP 26,000. The sale marked the most expensive artwork ever sold by an animal with the previous record being held by Chimpanzee ‘Congo’ who had sold a set of three artworks at an auction for GBP 14,000 in 2005. Find her official achievement in the Guinness World Records.
Through their extraordinary collaboration, world records and global exhibitions, Pigcasso and Joanne Lefson aim to create an awakened connection between our food, farmed animals, and climate change in order to inspire a kinder, more sustainable world. Proceeds from the sale of Pigcasso’s artworks benefit Farm Sanctuary SA - the registered NPO in South Africa where Pigcasso resides.
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