United Artists

United Artists is a vibrant global community of artists, gallerists, collectors, curators, and art lovers. We are dedicated to preserving the conditions for art and culture to flourish

Our mission

Our mission

We are a community of art lovers with benefits and engagements to support cultural and artistic projects.

We support selected causes thanks to a larger community of members who hold a Member’s Card that provides access to exclusive physical and online events in Art and Culture around the world.

United artists is not a politically engaged organisation, we intervene when the politics or the war trouble the artists and their projects.

Our membership cards

The collectors of our digital pieces of art are invited to the exclusive events of our partners.

The community


The Collective of Artists

  • Marina Abramović

  • Ron Arad

  • Shezad Dawood

  • Jan Fabre

  • Douglas Gordon

  • Ross Lovegrove

  • Ivan Messac

  • Sarah Meyohas

  • Iryna Ozarinskaya

  • Abdullah Quandeel

  • Morgane Tschiember

  • Luc Tuymans

  • Francesco Vezzoli

  • Alina Zamanova


Our Partners

  • Aika

  • The Art Newspaper

  • LaCollection

  • Diapo Gallery NFT

  • DSL Collection

  • Nahmad Projects

  • Opera Gallery

  • Galerie PACT

  • Perrotin

  • Purple magazine

  • Shifting Vision

  • Thaddaeus Ropac gallery

  • Whitewall magazine

  • Wizard Gallery


The beneficiaries

  • Docu/Help

  • The National Art

  • Museum of Ukraine

  • Odesa Fine Arts

  • Museum

  • The Ukrainian Institute

  • Foundation

An example of how the United Artists Collective
supports the Ukrainian cultural Institutions at time of war

The team

  • Dr. Sophie Wiesenfeld

    Dr. Sophie Wiesenfeld, french born, is a Human rights activist, publisher, PhD in European law from the University of Paris I and cultural entrepreneur (founder of the cultural think-tank Hexagon Society). She is the founder of the United Artists movement.
    At the origin of «United Artists For Europe» launched in 2019 with Simon de Pury, Bernard-Henri Lévy and Thaddaeus Ropac and thirty renowned contemporary artists. The idea is to help cultural projects that have been stopped for political, social or even climatic reasons. 

  • Regina Maryanovska-Davidzon

    Regina Maryanovska-Davidzon, was born in Odessa. She co-organized the United Artists for Ukraine project. She is a producer and manager of cultural projects as well as co-founder and editor of anglophone cultural magazine The Odessa Review. She holds a master’s degree in Creation and Realisation of documentary films from the University of Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Denis in 2010.

  • Tancrède Hertzog

    After literary studies at Lycée Henri IV, a bachelor's degree in Philosophy at La Sorbonne and two master's degrees in Art History at Ecole du Louvre and La Sorbonne, Tancrède Hertzog chose to focus on contemporary art. An enthusiast of Italian painting and literature, he has already participated in the organization of modern art exhibitions in museums. He is also a journalist for several cultural magazines in France and Switzerland (La Règle du Jeu, Artpassions). He puts his literary skills at the service of the artists represented by T&L Gallery.

  • Léopold Legros

    Native of northern France, Léopold Legros obtained a law degree from the University of Lille before going on to study at Ecole du Louvre and ESSEC business school. After gaining experience in an auction organization, he created and directed the first cultural Junior-Enterprise at Ecole du Louvre from 2012 to 2014, with which he conceived and led a national fundraising campaign entitled "The biggest museum in France", which enabled the restoration of little-known masterpieces of French heritage by artists such as Ribera, Watteau and Mucha. After these various experiences, he chose to return to his first passions, contemporary creation and support for artists.