RIOT ART GALLERY: A curated selection of art for the next generation collector

A curated selection of art for the next generation collector.

We know how hard it is to find cool art.

That's why Riot Art was born. Riot Art is an online art gallery where you can buy cool, original artwork from emerging artists. From galaxy-inspired paintings, to awesome illustrations, edgy photography and unique collages,  you'll find it here. We work directly with artists to curate art with the ideal mix of quality, coolness and thought-provoking subject matter. 

LOST & CONFUSED?

The art world can be overwhelming. With so many works available it can be difficult to discover and acquire the art you love.  Our advisory service is here to help you. Not only will we help you discover your tastes, but we will also source, curate and advise you on starting acquiring your first artwork.  Check out our Advisory page for more information. On a budget? We have a great selection of work under €500!


SHOP BY STYLE

PORTRAIT

"Void in me II" by Paulette Jo

"Void in me II" by Paulette Jo

DREAMSCAPE

"Ghost Estate" by Kevin Gray

"Ghost Estate" by Kevin Gray

NUDE

"Venus in Fur" by Rusudan Khizanishvili

"Venus in Fur" by Rusudan Khizanishvili

EDGY

"Watermelon" by GORSAD

"Watermelon" by GORSAD

COLOUR BURST

"A Glamorous Depiction of a Glorious..." by Sadie Weis

"A Glamorous Depiction of a Glorious..." by Sadie Weis

DARK

"Kizami" by Melancholie (Mit Monstern)

"Kizami" by Melancholie (Mit Monstern)

FASHION

"Fledged" by Sarah Burton

"Fledged" by Sarah Burton

VINTAGE

"Punto" by Ermanno Cavaliere

"Punto" by Ermanno Cavaliere

ART UNDER €500

"Too Much" by Lea Zeichnet

"Too Much" by Lea Zeichnet


Riot Art: For the next generation art collector

Our mission is to step out from the closed, white cube mindset and help YOU acquire original artwork. We feature art that brave, bold, wild,  illuminating, or emotionally detailed. 

Riot Art was founded in 2015 in Paris, France by Erika Belavy, an artist, globe-trotter, veteran burner and former advertising guru. Erika was tired of seeing so many of her talented, artistic friends slave away at cafés while her corporate friends were putting prints from home decor conglomerates on their walls. She wanted to bridge the gap between them.