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Brunswick Arts is an international communications consultancy dedicated to promoting and managing the reputation and interests of arts, cultural and charitable organisations around the world.
Our team of experienced specialists provide strategic advice to clients based on ongoing research and analysis. We offer creative solutions and international expertise combined with local knowledge to build valuable relationships for our clients.
Cultural organisations require strong positioning to focus on meeting audience needs in a tough, ever-changing environment. Our in-depth knowledge and impressive range of contacts enables us to heighten, shift and reposition perceptions.
Brunswick Arts is an intrinsic part of the leading corporate communications partnership, Brunswick Group, uniquely enabling us to connect not-for-profit organisations with commerce. With offices around the world and multilinguists in each territory, we offer clients a seamless international capability.
We provide strategic advice and operational support across the following disciplines:
British Museum 250th Anniversary Celebration: We commissioned a young artist to place a large bow on the façade; a simple and cost effective way of communicating the message and getting lots of media coverage surrounding the occasion.
Art Dubai has become a cornerstone of the Middle East’s booming contemporary art community. The 2009 fair hosted over 60 of the world’s leading contemporary and modern galleries.
Alberto Giacometti sculpture in In-finitum exhibition at Palazzo Fortuny (June-November 2009): Parallel to the Venice Biennial 2009, the Axel Vervoordt Foundation transformed Palazzo Fortuny into a universe where the unfinished encounters the infinite with In-finitum, the third part of Vervoordt's exhibition trilogy.
Credit: "The Writer, image courtesy of Giancarlo Neri and ROLLO Contemporary Art, Photograph courtesy of Yvonna de Rosa" Launch of the new gallery, ROLLO Contemporary Art. We ran an international press campaign for the gallery's first project, the installation of Giancarlo Neri's giant 9-metre sculpture, "The Writer", on Parliament Hill Fields, Hampstead Heath.
Illya Chichkan, courtesy PinchukArtCentre The Ukrainian Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale 2009, curated by the world champion boxer, Wladimir Klitschko.