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In 2017, the National Gallery of Jamaica sought to reposition the Jamaica Biennial as the leading platform for Caribbean art. Established in 1977 as an exhibition specifically for Jamaican artists, the gallery wanted to emphasize its ties with the region more broadly as well as with the contemporary art world. SGLA arranged a press trip to the opening, and also garnered international coverage, helping to raise awareness of the art and also the museum itself, and its own identity as the largest and oldest public art institution in the Anglophone Caribbean.
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The London-based 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair is a world leader in promoting contemporary African art, curating a carefully selected group of artists, galleries, and thinkers. When the fair launched its inaugural US edition, 1:54 NY, SGLA implemented a campaign to to promote the event. This included organizing a cocktail reception with the fair’s partner, Artsy, and introducing 1:54’s founder and director Touria El Glaoui to the New York art press, which helped us to secure extensive coverage.
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AlmaOnDobbin is a Visual Arts foundation based in New York that connects artists from America, Europe, and Africa through a host of exhibitions, events, publications, and residencies. SGLA worked with the foundation to promote two linked exhibitions celebrating the photography of the Hungarian artist László Moholy-Nagy,
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Venezuelan Modernist Oswaldo Vigas (1943-2013) was a pioneer of Latin American art, with a multifaceted career spanning seven decades. When the Oswaldo Vigas Foundation arranged a three-year traveling retrospective across four cities in South America, SGLA worked on the exhibitions at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá in Colombia and the Museu de Arte Contemporânea in São Paulo. This included organizing a well-attended media event in New York as well as arranging press trips to Colombia and Brazil.
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The Wolfsonian at Florida International University is a museum and research center that explores social, historical and technological changes through its extensive collection of 120,000 objects dated from 1885-1945. SGLA worked with the Wolfsonian over several years, including on exhibitions like Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity, and the first Miami ‘Power of Design’ festival. This involved securing press and also arranging events, such as a brunch at Art Basel Miami and an extensive year-long program celebrating the Wolfsonian’s tenth anniversary.
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