CORPORATE ART CURATING
When approaching curatorial projects in work environments, we take great pride in helping you discover new, unexpected art options that inspire critical thinking.
We also favor forward-thinking and consider the next generation of employees. Accordingly, we transform spaces into extraordinary whole bodily visual experiences. Bold collections made up of our generation's most exciting artists.
We respect deadlines, do not exceed budgets and offer an enjoyable, transparent experience.
• Private/Company Consultation
• Project planning
• Art Acquision
• Art Handling
• Curatorial Services
• Site-specific Sculptures
• Interactive Installations
• Mural Design
• Commissioned Paintings
• Neon + Light Design
• Spatial Design
“I don’t believe the art makes every person who looks at it inherently more creative but it gets them involved on a more intellectual level about innovation around the world.” - Friedhelm Hütte, global head of art at Deutsche Bank (the investment bank has the biggest collection of corporate art in the world, with some 60,000 art works across 900 offices in 40 countries).
CLIENT: The Yard Williamsburg
The Yard is New York City's premier luxury office space . Williamsburg is the original location opened in 2011 and has served hundreds of businesses, freelancers and creative professionals from Brooklyn and beyond. Offering private offices, dedicated desks, and open co-working spaces, this location acts as a headquarters for a diversely creative community.
RFP: Refresh client's 60 ft and 12 ft walls with rotating art exhibitions.
PROPOSAL: • Utilize neon art in reception area to create additional, harmonizing light
• Compliment client's 30 foot red, blue and white paneled permanent mural
• Install artwork that integrates with the client's company culture.
• Present solo showcases by contemporary emerging artists to demonstrate how discovery is part of the client's DNA.
OCTOBER , 2016 - JANUARY, 2017
We presented an exhibition featuring Erik Otto's paintings and neon sculpture. Otto is a mixed media contemporary artist who brings together multiple disciplines spanning from traditional paintings to light sculpture and site-specific installation. He has held exhibitions in San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Mexico City, and Vancouver. Otto has produced commissioned work for notable clients and collectors; his largest painting commission to date is for the Grand Hyatt San Francisco’s permanent collection.
FEBRUARY - MAY, 2017
We presented an exhibition featuring Aggie Pavlidis's paintings and sculptures. Aggie's work focuses on the ways in which we process and internalize our surroundings and experiences. She makes and creates as a means to better understand herself, and the world around her.
Aggie received her BFA in Fine Arts from the Art Institute of Boston (now Lesley University's College of Art and Design). She currently lives and works in Boston.
MAY - AUGUST, 2017
We presented an exhibition featuring Charles Wilkin's recent collage work including two large scale collage installations. Wilkin’s work is a loose collection of his thoughts and observations in many ways and less about one specific theme. “I see it as being a reflection of the world we live in, with all its ugliness and cruelty. But from that, I strive to extract the beauty and empathy hidden underneath and within us all, revealing the unknown, the unspoken and intangible things that make us truly human. For me, collage as a medium replicates this frenetic and inherent collision of people, culture, and emotions we all experience.”
SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER, 2017
We presented an exhibition featuring new works by Keren Toledano, including a site-specific collage installation. Toledano, matches colorful abstractions to excerpts from her previous writings. Too often we are married to the ‘things’ we create, and the act of stepping back brings clarity of purpose. The result dissects the whole so that the parts build new totalities. Excerpt and art connect in subtle ways, allowing the artist to see patterns once hidden. Viewers may draw their own connections and consider how meaning must always be made, and remade, in context.