A Danish Contemporary artist based in NYC needed direction for a grant proposal and curatorial advice on her new body of work. Together we worked on the vision and documentation required to win the $75,000 art prize.
A Boston couple looking to complete a vision for contemporary art for their historical home needed our team to work with their interior designer. We selected art that spoke to the designer's program and captured the owner's love of literature.
An art collector wanted to dive into the gallery world. We helped them understand the market for their Israeli contemporary art passion and strategized a gallery and exhibition model that would make them relevant to the target collector base.
Client wanted a summer art party and was open to inviting everyone from the art community. We suggested a pop-up show in their home and installed a temporary exhibit alongside the permanent collection. The party should have never ended, the show lives on online.
Graphic designers and off-duty artists with many art friends wanted a new project to combine all their talents. We determined Asbury Park was the right place to launch an artist-run gallery with a side commercial printing business.
A top Manhattan broker needed to convince the condo board to make capital improvements in the public spaces. She hired our team to curate a few options for the hard-to-impress members and use our proprietary rendering technology to close the deal.
An architect moonlighting as an artist lived in the family's 14th-century palazzo with a treasure trove of genre paintings that had no secondary market value. We developed an art program targeted to the tourism industry where his artistic intervention was projected onto the old paintings and paired with a palazzo tour. The result is a robust tourism business and the reinvention of his family home.