CLIENT SERVICES ADVISORY | DEVELOPMENT | INSTALLATION/FINE ART SERVICES
FINE ART PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
  • Process
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  • Implementation
  • Site assessment: Attendance of any and all relevant architectural, design and strategy meetings to identify key areas throughout a project where artwork will have the most visual impact and visual presence.
  • Preliminary Budget Presentation:
    - Net acquisition cost of artwork/commissions
    - Fine art expenses, including, but not limited to, packing, shipping, storage, insurance, installation and fabrication
    - Foundation expenses, including, but not limited to, lighting, electrical and base/protective railings, etc.
    - Applicable tax expenses
    - Public relations and marketing initiatives, including signage and catalogue
  • Artist Research, Selection and Presentation: Canvas galleries, artists’ studios, auction house previews and private dealers to locate appropriate artwork for a project, including proposing several artists for each designated location, as well as suggestions for acquisitions and site-specific commissions.
  • Acquisition/Commissioning:
    - Overseeing the purchasing, framing, shipping and storage of each artwork - Helping to develop appropriate legal contracts that address such issues as copyright, and duties and responsibilities of commissioned artists
    - Monitoring progress of commissions and maintaining communication between the artist’s studio and appropriate individuals on a project’s design and construction teams
  • Installation: Overseeing the integration of all artworks in a collection into the architectural plans of a project, including any structural, lighting and electrical requirements, as well as risk management review.
  • Long-term Options:
    - Ongoing re-evaluation of installation
    - Maintaining the collection database
    - Addressing any care or conservation needs
    - Annual CFMV evaluation and reporting
    - Overseeing catalogue production