Art Workers


At the core of most collectives and activist artist groups is an ambition to redefine relationships between artists and the institutions that contract our labor, and think about the precarity of the working conditions in the contemporary art field as well as reflect ad respond to provide different solutions that fit each context. So we have compiled a list of collectives and artist groups who provide a range of interventions from case studies, artist-testimonies to statistical data and toolkits. 

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Artist Groups

︎︎︎    Qaaf Laam Collective
︎︎︎    Carrotworkers' Collective
︎︎︎    Decolonize This Place (DTP)
︎︎︎    Kunstenaars Honorarium
︎︎︎    Wage for Work (W.A.G.E.)
︎︎︎    Codes of Acquisitions
︎︎︎    Art Workers
︎︎︎    Future Climates
︎︎︎    SCAM THE SCAM
︎︎︎    Common Practice
︎︎︎    Werker Collective
︎︎︎    Arts of the Working Class
︎︎︎    Precarious Workers Brigade
︎︎︎    The Nap Ministry - Rest as Resistance
︎︎︎    Honest Labour - Freelance Office for Culture
︎︎︎    Migrants in culture - End the hostile environment




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Read the latest text by Ahmed Shawky Hassan, When the Museum was Melting ✦ Read K-oh-llective’s contribution in Rehearsing Hospitalities Companion 4 ✦ Read our third exhibiton review by Anne Szefer Karlsen, Review #4: Familiarity ✦ Send us your publications by November 30! Learn more about the Open Call: Art Publications ✦ Support K-oh-llective’s work with a small donation! Learn more on how to Donate! ✦ Get in touch at info@kohllective.com ✦