Public Art Consultancy
Curating Public Art
As public art consultants, Artelier develops art strategies for art installations in varied public realm spaces: including art for mixed use developments, art for corporate environments, art for public parks, and residential developments. As well as providing art consultancy for outdoor art, we source and commission contemporary artists to create new art for outdoor areas.
A Turnkey Public Art Process
Developing an Art Strategy
Artelier's art consultants review in detail the public art project specifications and the client's vision for the public artwork. Understanding deeply the specific context for the public artwork, we propose ideas for the art installation – such as public sculptures and light installations.
Creatively developing an art strategy involves identifying key locations for public art, curating both art in urban contexts and natural landscapes.
Custom Art Commissions
Using art market insight, as art consultants we recommend suitable artists to create the public art. We develop the concept with the artist, finalising the proposal with the client.
Artelier oversees the art commissioning process, ensuring that the public art will meet the client's ambitions and integrate into its context.
Logistics & Art Installation
High-value art in public spaces requires specialist knowledge to ensure the artwork is suitable for outdoor display. We ensure that public art meets safety standards and project requirements.
We further collaborate with artists on technical aspects, such as developing fixing for public sculptures and protective art finishes. Artelier's art consultancy oversees the public art installation, liaising project teams on shipping and placement.
Our Approach to Public Art
1. Understand the client's vision
Consult private clients, developers and designers on themes for public art, and suggest ideas for art installations outdoors.
2. Contextual art research
Research the public artwork's wider context, and create concepts for artistic narratives and themes.
3. Identify key locations for art in public spaces
Survey urban design plans and landscapes to establish key locations for public art, and curate viewpoints for the artwork.
4. Developing an artwork strategy
Create a detailed proposal for the public artworks, creating concepts for the public art commission and following requirements.
5. Commissioning artists
Source and collaborate with contemporary artists on custom commissions, tailored specially for the public art project.
6. Art project management
Oversee all aspects of delivering the public artwork, including the commissioning process, art shipment and team liaison.
7. Art installation & presentation
Devise public art presentation solutions, including specialist fixings, integrated lighting for art, and art placement in situ.
Types of Public Artworks
Bronze & Marble Sculptures
Multimedia Art for Screens
Custom Mural Art
Functional & Seating Artworks
Water Feature Artworks
Glass Art & Innovative Materials
Locations for Public Art
Art for Public Squares & Plazas
Art for Terraces & Leisure Areas
Art for Ponds & Water Features
Art for Pools & Spas
Art for Fountains
Art for Public Parks & Gardens
Art for Streets
Functional Art for Seating
Art Consultancy for Public Art
Abu Dhabi, UAE – Corporate Public Lobby Sculpture
London, UK – Sculptural Gate for Residential Development
Manama, Bahrain – Business Centre Installations
Spetses, Greece – Custom Sculpture Commission for Sculpture Garden
Barcelona, Spain – Shopping District Installations
Isla Colon, Panama – Public Garden Mural
San Francisco, USA – Corporate HQ Public Lobbies
Seoul, South Korea – Business Centre Sculptures
London, UK – Public Realm Art Collection of Development
London, UK – Temporary Installations across City
Dubai, UAE – Pop-Up Exhibition in Culture Centre
Zhengzou, China – Residential Development Sculptures
London, UK – Lobby Art Commission for Recycling Company HQ
Paris, France – Exhibition Centre Lobby Installation
Trentino, Italy – Public Sculpture Garden
Munich, Germany – Public Lobby of Technology Centre
Belgrade, Serbia – Art for Business Centre of Luxury Hotel
Miyakojima, Japan – Art for Luxury Restaurant