The Contemporary Art Society curated an exhibition for Deloitte’s Luxembourg office in November 2010. As a company, Deloitte already engages with contemporary art through its ground-breaking Art and Finance activities. Our exhibition complimented the company’s ethos and demonstrated a visionary approach to engaging with contemporary art.
The exhibition reflected upon the shifting nature of our perception of the world and celebrated the diversity of the modern globalised condition, a theme perfectly suited to Deloitte, one of the largest professional services organisations in the world.
The exhibition was designed to stimulate ideas about our relationship to our environment, through creative responses that were sometimes provocative, sometimes playful – but always through the distinctive lens of contemporary art.
Outer Worlds opened on 30 November 2010 and featured artists Ruth Blesi, Paul Fryer, Simon Hollington, Guy Allott, Heather and Ivan Morrison, Walker and Bromwich, Genevieve Biwer, Cornelia Parker, Adam Fuss, Troika and Tobias Collier.
To download the Outer Worlds catalogue (pdf) click here
To read the article ‘Out-of-the-Box Thinking: When Art and Business Collide’ in connexion, Luxembourg’s amcham report for Spring 2011, click here