Through ongoing cultural and media partnerships, Installation fuses its editorial coverage with live public activations, traveling creative pop-ups and rich media educational and entertaining visual offerings. From large-scale Contemporary Art fairs, sponsored group exhibitions, public site-specific installations, to online only exclusives, Installation Media and Installation Magazine constantly explore the digital landscape, strive to make art more accessible, and champion diverse emerging artists. Discover our current partners and learn about our exciting collaborative projects.

 

MidniteCultures

MidniteCultures works with renowned artists across various media to bring exciting productions and unique events to the public. Ranging from fashion and art to film and music, their in depth knowledge of the constantly evolving media landscape enables MidniteCultures Artistic Director and Talent Coordinator, Virginie Picot, to individually tailor each project according to the appropriate audience, consistently creating original, bespoke events and content.

Installation Media and MidniteCultures are currently working on an exclusive web/tv series that invites the public to witness intimate gatherings of creative luminaries in innovative settings. Our current programming partners with brands and institutions that support international artist exposure, technological innovation and luxury experiences.

 

VOLTA NY

VOLTA NY is an invitational show of emerging solo artists’ projects and the American incarnation of the successful young fair founded in Basel in 2005. Conceived in 2008 by Artistic Director Amanda Coulson, the fair is presented as a tightly-focused, boutique event that is a place for discovery, a showcase for relevant art contemporary positions regardless of the artist’s or gallery’s age. By refocusing the fair-going experience to solo-artist projects, VOLTA’s New York edition promotes a deep exploration of the work of its invited participants and offers the opportunity for new discoveries. VOLTA showcases galleries — whether young or mature — that choose to work with the most exciting emerging artists. These galleries must maintain deeply meaningful connections with their artists and follow them throughout their careers. In turn, select galleries exhibit in the airy loft surroundings of VOLTA NY’s SoHo venue, elevating their respective platforms for an experience mutually beneficial to fair visitors and the galleries alike.

VOLTA NY is a platform for challenging, often complimentary – and sometimes competing – ideas about contemporary art. The strict solo format gives the New York fair its unique character, which curators and collectors often compare favorably to experiencing a series of intense studio visits. Read Installation Magazine‘s recent 2014 editorial coverage on VOLTA here.

 

Culture Shock

Culture Shock is a New York City-based creative agency recognized for pioneering approaches to art and technology. They build strategic alliances between brands, institutions, artists, startups and the cities they live in. Gaining visibility in saturated markets through culturally relevant curated projects, Culture Shock conceives and implements large-scale projects that start locally and grow globally through digital and physical connectivity. “We believe that innovation happens when things that are separate get mixed.” – Culture Shock’s CEO/Founder Debra Anderson, Creative Director Hugh McGrory, and Creative Strategist Monica LoCascio.

Installation Magazine will be offering exclusive and original content on the Wonder Place platform, currently available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Beyond editorial, Installation works with Culture Shock to continue our interests in championing innovation through digital and visceral activations.

GalleryLOG

GalleryLOG is the art world’s first video-based press release, bridging the gap between galleries and art lovers worldwide. Together with interviews featuring artists, curators, art critics and gallery directors, GalleryLOG’s virtual gallery shows footage of what art looks like on the wall before it’s even installed. Their innovative approach is one of the best ways to archive a gallery and museum exhibitions.

Installation Magazine will be collaborating with GalleryLOG’s founder and Managing Director, Bahram Safinia – to curate and publish their original video content in our digital pages.