"Because Aldeburgh Beach LOOKOUT is isolated, yet at the heart of cultural innovation, it is a magical and stimulating setting for artists to respond each in their own fascinating way" Caroline Wiseman, founder
Isolated on the pebbled beach of this Suffolk seaside town, the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout welcomes a new artist, poet, performer, musician, thinker, each week as artist in residence. Each weekly artists residency culminates in an exhibition of brand new work.
London Art Dealer Caroline Wiseman first spotted this iconic tower whilst taking her morning swim in the sea in 2010. Caroline set about acquiring the tower and the house behind on Crag Path and established Aldeburgh Beach Lookout soon after. She has transformed the Lookout into an international art destination.
Since its creation the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout has hosted some of the world's most eminent artists including Peter Black RA, Eileen Cooper RA, Ryan Gander and
Anthony Green RA.
"The Aldeburgh Beach ArtHouse is like a living, breathing Kettle's Yard by the sea"
"I have admired the Lookout from a distance"
Sir Nicholas Serota, Director TATE
"It is a remarkable place, offering a retreat for artists but also very much part of Aldeburgh's cultural significance"
Home of Caroline Wiseman and her partner Francis Carnwath, the ArtHouse is also an open gallery. Browse and buy from their collection of art by eminent and emerging British and international artists. The collection includes works by the Lookout's resident artists and inspirational pieces by the masters including Picasso, Matisse, Emin, Frost and Blake.
Caroline Wiseman founded Caroline Wiseman Modern and Contemporary in 1988. Caroline deals in paintings, drawings, sculpture and original prints by major British and international artists.
Over the years she has been a consultant to many major private collections and museums including the Musee D'Art Classique a Mougins. Public appointments include: Trustee of Paintings in Hospitals 2002-2008; Member of the Development Board of the Dulwich Picture Gallery 2006-2008; Ambassador of the Princes Trust 2008 (continuing); Senior Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Arts & Humanities University Campus Suffolk 2014.