Christophe D. Choquart, Aboriginal Art collector
Aboriginal & Indigenous Contemporary, founded by Christophe Choquart, a French art collector based in Atlanta, Georgia, offers art amateurs and collectors the chance to learn about and collect original and authentic Australian Aboriginal art. Christophe carefully selects artists through exclusive collaboration with an Australian based curator, IDAIA, a strong advocate of the Australian Aboriginal art of life.
Paintings are certified from local Art Centres, cooperatives with a mission to promote and distribute an ancestral tradition over 60,000 years, so vital to Aboriginal communities' existence. Art Centers are organized as a key resource to providing local Aboriginal artists with the means to develop and distribute the story of their origins through unique works of art. AI Contemporary's mission is to protect this exceptional art and provide a path to increase Aboriginal art visibility in North America.
A I Contemporary aims at educating the North American public about the traditions of an ancestral artistic movement so unique to Australia and also promote Indigenous art in general. We have a social mission: perpetuate Australian Aboriginal and Indigenous art cultures and values to allow these amazing communities to prolong their ancestral traditions for generations to come.
Purchasing original Aboriginal art from AI Contemporary guarantees you own an authentic art work, carefully curated to match your feelings and home decor while also serving as a valuable investment. It is your commitment to art of life values long gone from modern industrialized societies.
We can curate art for you, according to you taste, home ambiance, wall space or investment criteria and are available for home appointments to help you decide what would work in you home (for Atlanta bases customers).
Enjoy our online gallery and call us (404-917-9367) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or pricing requests. In partnership with IDAIA (www.idaia.com.au).
Christophe, gallery founder.