ArtCan presents Explore 01, a vibrant and varied ensemble of members’ work to mark the launch of Kroll’s new headquarters in New York located on 55 E 52nd St between Madison and Park Ave.
On the heels of successful exhibitions at Kroll’s London offices at The Shard and the News Building, Explore 01 continues ArtCan’s developing relationship with Kroll as part of its global corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to engage with a corporate audience and art lovers through a carefully curated, professional exhibition.
Hung over three floors in the heart of Manhattan, Explore 01 features the work of 38 international artists responding to the unquenchable human attraction to the novel and unknown, in all its guises. It will be on view for 8 months (by appointment only email@example.com).
Agathe Bouton – Aisling Drennan – Amanda Blunden – Andrea C Morley – Andy Farr Beverley Isaacs – Brian Reinker – Caroline Banks – Caroline Wheaton – Catalina Christensen Catherine Greenwood – Catherine Sweet – Claire Chandler – Corinne Natel Elizabeth Mikellides – Francesca Ciaudano – Heather Burwell – Jude Wild – Judith Burrows Juli Fejer – Katherine Filice – Katrine Storebo – Kira Phoenix K’inan Laurence Causse-Parsley – Laurence de Valmy – Linda C Burrows – Linda Chapman Nicole Wassall – Nirali Patel – Patricia Bidi – Phillip McConnell – Rebecca Tucker RJT Haynes – Sandra Menant – Sarah Wills-Brown – Susan Clare – Todd Stuart Wendy Brooke-Smith
ArtCan is an artist-led, non-profit arts organisation with members across Britain and internationally. ArtCan’s work is supported by the efforts of artist-member volunteers, contributions from Founder Friends and Friends of ArtCan and with the valued guidance of the Board of Trustees. ArtCan has expertise in producing collaborative art exhibitions in London, across Britain and internationally. The exhibitions complement the work of established galleries by enabling talent to gain experience and skills. ArtCan works with galleries, but also seeks new spaces where art becomes a part of everyday life and with the aim of involving audiences in an organic and personal way. ArtCan’s artist-centered ethos means that the model does not involve charging membership fees or commissions on sales, to help artists focus on developing a sustainable practice.
Kroll is the world’s premier provider of services and digital products related to governance, risk and transparency. The firm has clients across diverse sectors in the areas of valuation, expert services, investigations, cyber security, corporate finance, restructuring, legal and business solutions, data analytics and regulatory compliance. Kroll has nearly 5,000 professionals in 30 countries and territories around the world. For more information, visit www.kroll.com.