Gallery House specializes in broadening the audiences of our artists and we develop relationships with dealers around the world. We ensure the dealers receive and rotate inventory; shelter works at certain times; drive traffic and new clients to them. We provide collectors assurance the price is standardized, transparent and can provide them alongside our partnered dealers detailed information about each of the artists works. Further we exhibit and build collections on important works by some of the most in demand contemporary artist today as well as new contemporaries. Founded in 2008, our artists have a history of breaking public attendance record at museums and at galleries.
Annually we curate exhibitions on site by facilitating discussion among artists, writers, curators, museums and private collections showcasing our artist or an invited artist. Gallery House artists assumes an ambitious presence at the following art fairs each year: Art Stage Singapore, Art Toronto, Hamptons Art Market, AAF Battersea, AAF Hampstead, AAF Amsterdam, Art Amsterdam, Scope Miami, Art Fair Tokyo.
Gallery House has garnered attention from some of the top institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Bristol Arts Museum United Kingdom and numerous partnered galleries in over 9 countries and growing.
Since 2000 the founder, Belinda Chun has been professionally involved in the Fine Arts industry, working for commercial galleries and institutions: Christopher Cutts Gallery, Lonsdale Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, McMichael Gallery, and The Power Plant. Chun has also served as a private curator, presenting special exhibitions and participating in prestigious art fairs such as ARCO Fair-Spain, Art Expo-England, Scope LA, Scope New York, Art Forum Berlin and Art Chicago. She is an active member of the International Association of Appraiser since 2013; appointed on the 2013 Board of Power Ball – Power Plant Gallery and appointed on the Committee of the 2014-2015 Canadian Art Foundation – Gallery Hop. The gallery is also involved with the biannual event “UnMasked” of CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) and Chun serves on the Committee of WWF (World Wildlife Fund) and the Artist Brain Project – Baycrest Health Science Centre.