Throughout history, art has always stood on the frontlines to react against oppression, violence, injustice, and inequalities. By challenging conventions, boundaries, and hierarchies imposed by those in power, art makes space for the marginalized to be seen and heard and propels social change. Art has become a powerful language to speak against forms of repression and inequity regarding gender, race or class.
Bloom carefully selects artists whose practice build on our core values of social consciousness and engagement through visual expression. In addition to maintaining a gallery program, Bloom is also actively involved in raising funds for charities that underline social causes highlighted by our exhibitions.