Ben Long Horse Scaffolding Sculpture (detail). Contemporary Art Society Consultancy commission for The Economist Plaza. Photo: courtesy the artist 2009
Bob and Roberta Smith Becks Fusions 2008
United Visual Artists Becks Fusions, Massive Attack 2008
Matt Franks Fooooom!!! 2007 (detail), commission for The Economist Building, London 2007
Contemporary art is increasingly attractive as a communications tool, as evidenced by the extensive press enjoyed by art events and the abundance of new collectors entering the market.
It is clear that there are powerful connections to be made between companies and contemporary art as marketing teams seek inventive ways to build the brand and differentiate them in a crowded market.
Contemporary Art Society Consultancy works closely with clients to develop an exciting, ideas-driven brief, source the best artists and artworks and deliver high quality outcomes. In all cases we are interested in the authentic synergies that can be evolved between brand, product and contemporary art.
The Consultancy team worked with the Canal & River Trust to produce a series of five exhibitions in Canal & River Trust offices around England.
Contemporary Art Society Consultancy curated an exhibition for Deloitte’s Luxembourg office in November 2010. As a company Deloitte already engages with contemporary art through its groundbreaking Art and Finance activities. Our exhibition complimented the company’s ethos and demonstrated a visionary approach to engaging with contemporary art.
Building on their over 20-year engagement with contemporary art, Beck’s Fusions brings leading musicians and artists together to create electric collaborations and one-off performances.
To celebrate the launch of the new glass bridge at Somerset House, Contemporary Art Society Consultancy curated a major solo exhibition of Tony Cragg recent sculptural work for the riverside terrace.
Contemporary Art Society curated a series of exhibitions including the high-profile ‘Air and Angels’ featuring sculptures by Anthony Gormley and Alison Wilding.
10 years of London’s only temporary outdoor sculpture programme…