I Know What I Like is an arts facilitation organisation which aims to enrich people’s access and understanding of London’s contemporary art scene, while promoting work by artist members through arts consultancy, sales, rentals and events. 

We organise free gallery visits and art walks, members only art soirées, and promote up-and-coming artists through exhibitions and events in selected locations. Have a look at our supported artists here.

The model is based on the importance of encountering art in context, whether it be in a gallery, in public space or in a studio. We operate simultaneously as a free, events-driven social enterprise and an artist representation venture, proposing challenging original artworks at entry-level medium price points.

I Know What I Like was founded by João Correia and is run by Sabina Andron with the help of Fay Trier. 

João Correia is the founding partner of IKWIL Arts and Art Options, a São Paulo based consultancy for art collectors and investors. The third generation of a Brazilian family of artists and auctioneers, João decided to dedicate his career to the art business from an early age. His experience with the Brazilian market gained an international perspective after living in London for 12 years where he worked in galleries, art studios and studied at the Sotheby's Institute of Art.

Sabina Andron is a PhD researcher at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, with a project on street art, graffiti, and their relation to the built environment. She has a background in literature and visual culture, and is a keen photographer of urban inscriptions and surfaces. Sabina is also an arts adviser and facilitator. She has organized over 200 events for I Know What I Like, and believes in the power of in-situ conversation to help develop critical awareness of the arts. http://sabinaandron.com/

Read Sabina's statement about arts facilitation and I Know What I Like here.

Fay is the co-founder of Studio189 and she also works as an events consultant for IKWIL. Her love for organising, the arts, music and writing led her to set up Studio189 in 2014, hosting creative soirées from her unique London apartment. Prior to IKWIL, she had a successful career in advertising and worked in Hatton Garden as a diamond buyer. Aside from working with IKWIL, Fay is a website designer with an interest in helping start-ups manage and grow their businesses. Her passion is the erotic, and she is a keen collector of back issues of the Erotic Review.