Managing the reputation and interests of Arts and Cultural organisations worldwide
With a multi-disciplinary team of global experts, Brunswick Arts helps cultural organisations achieve their goals, enhance and protect reputation, and raise visibility with stakeholders.
2017’s Exhibition Road Quarter opening was a milestone moment for the V&A, revealing the Museum’s largest architectural intervention in over 100 years.
16 October 2018
Brunswick Arts served as the global communications agency for the opening of Louvre Abu Dhabi, one of the most important museum launches of the decade.
01 October 2018
We devised a programme to position the new Artistic Director within the local arts scene and global dance industry.
26 September 2018
For over 15 years we have supported the British Museum on strategy and communications, as its influence has grown nationally and internationally.
Developing a leadership position in the market.
24 September 2018
Building relationships with professional networks to embed support
10 September 2018
One of the oldest and most well-respected contemporary art fairs in the world, FIAC has been a key event in the Paris cultural scene for the past 45 years.
The Giacometti Foundation opened a new space in June 2018, the Giacometti Institute, dedicated to exhibitions and study of the artist’s work, and its creative context.
07 September 2018
We raised awareness of Cromwell Place’s ground-breaking vision for the arts, launching in autumn 2019
22 August 2018
Advising on the launch of a new international biennial, we helped support London’s growing status as a world design capital.
15 August 2018
We have supported the rapid development of this recent festival in the North of England.
The Gulf’s iconic and trailblazing performing arts venue looks to establish its place alongside international peers.
08 August 2018
Taking an annual arts festival from China to the world
07 August 2018
Partnering with one of New York’s leading museums to grow international footprint and raise global profile of its leadership team
03 August 2018
Supporting the Indianapolis Museum of Art as it unites its 152-acre cultural campus under a new name, Newfields, and focuses on the holistic visitor experience.
The Duke of Devonshire talks to Brunswick Arts about the economics of his family’s bookshop, Heywood Hill
By Roya Nasser
11 June 2018
Artist Robert Indiana spent 10 years on projects that led to the creation of the “LOVE” sculpture, during which he explored individual words as “a fit and viable subject for art.”
15 May 2018
An exhibit showcasing David Bowie’s legacy is coming to Brooklyn. Rob Bound, Culture Editor at Monocle, offers an inside view
07 March 2018
Music’s secret power offers humanity a bridge through time. Brunswick’s Carlton Wilkinson talks to entrepreneurs, engineers, artists and administrators of three projects in three countries calling the tune for listeners hundreds of years hence.
18 August 2017
Berlin is an example of a classical European cultural hub, while West Kowloon in Hong Kong is a modern story of artistic commitment and urban planning. Here, we speak to cultural ambassadors from both
By David Lasserson
18 April 2016
Steven Murphy, Christie’s CEO, tells Brunswick Partner Kim Fletcher how the venerable auction house is learning to love commerce in a digital world
By Kim Fletcher
10 March 2014
Christie’s China Managing Director, Jinqing Cai, says the auction house’s debut auction in mainland China signals a milestone for the global art market
By Ben Rawlingson Plant
10 March 2014
Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum and creator of the widely acclaimed series, A History of the World in 100 Objects, tells Brunswick’s David Yelland about running the “lending library of the world”
12 June 2013
Managing Partner, Brunswick Arts, New York
Partner, New York
Director, Hong Kong