BNP Paribas Real Estate has launched a new initiative at 21-22 Grosvenor Place, in collaboration with Little Van Gogh that will see a new, emerging artist exhibited throughout the building every two months.
Artwork in a range of exciting styles will be exhibited in the lift lobbies and reception area of the building, which has recently been refurbished, and will be rotated on a bi-monthly basis in order to create a dynamic and stimulating working environment. The initiative also aims to promote conversation and opinion-sharing between employees and visitors. All paintings will be available to purchase.
The first artist to be exhibited is Eve Dawson, renowned for her use of marks and gestures, as well as a bold colour pallet, to construct her compositions.
Lynne Brown, Director at BNP Paribas Real Estate said: “This is an exciting opportunity to give emerging artists a platform, whilst having a positive impact on Grosvenor Place and its occupiers. We strive to provide the best possible service to our valued clients, and explore new initiatives to create better working environments for occupiers. ”
Corporate artwork supplier Little Van Gogh works with artists all over Europe, exhibiting 7,000 pieces of art.
Chloé Adams, Director of Little Van Gogh said: “We are delighted to be showcasing our artists with BNP Paribas Real Estate. It has wholeheartedly embraced supporting the arts and artwork is going to look fantastic in this space.”
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