- CURATING AND DELIVERING UNIQUE CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITIONS, COMMISSIONS AND PROJECTS WORLDWIDE SINCE 1996
- HURT EARTH, JENNY HOLZER | TATE MODERN, LONDON
- CURE3 | CURE PARKINSON'S | BONHAMS, LONDON
- TOMORROW'S TIGERS | WWF | SOTHEBY'S, LONDON
- PARADIGM, CONRAD SHAWCROSS | THE CRICK INSTITUTE, LONDON
- VITA VITALE | LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA | OFFICIAL AZERBAIJAN PAVILION
We have worked with Artwise for over a decade in a unique relationship that has gone from strength to strength, bringing the art community together to highlight the issues facing our planet. The Artwise team were the inspiration behind WWF’s Tomorrow's Tigers and Art for Your World initiatives, each developed with great creativity and flair in order both to raise awareness and bring in vital funds for our work. We are proud to count Artwise as our curatorial partners, allies and friends.
Tanya Steele, Chief Executive, WWF-UK
TOMORROW'S TIGERSWWF-UK, 2019-2022 'Tomorrow's Tigers' is a major fundraising project that we have devised and curated for WWF (World Wildlife Fund). Featuring specially commissioned, limited edition art rugs by 10 internationally renowned artists, the project aims to raise awareness and funds in support of the Tx2 goal - a global commitment to double the number of tigers in the wild by 2022. This is in response to the plight of the wild tiger, whose numbers have shrunk by a shocking 95% over the past century.
JENNY HOLZER, HURT EARTHART FOR YOUR WORLD | WWF | 2021
Co-curated and produced by Artwise Curators and Shore Art Advisory, the series is presented in collaboration with Art For Your World, a movement by WWF to engage the art world in the fight against climate change. The artwork includes excerpts of writings, testimonies, speeches and interviews from climate leaders and activists across the globe, including Climate Vulnerable Forum, Fridays for Future, Indigenous Environmental Network, Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, U.S. Climate Action Network, WWF and many more.