photokunst brings exhibitions of cause-oriented fine art photography and photo journalism to institutions worldwide
New & Continuing Exhibitions
photokunst is experienced in managing the design and production of touring exhibitions – whether developing an idea or concept, or transforming an existing collection or book project into an exhibit. photokunst has also successfully toured exhibitions that were originated by museums, providing ongoing exposure and revenue.
photokunst’s past and current traveling exhibitions have presented broad-ranging subject matter, projects-for-a-cause covering: the marine environment, the impact of conflicts & war, cultural identity, empowering women, gender equality, tribes in transition & cultures on the edge, environmental change, cultural ritual: ancient to contemporary. . .
Exhibition Preparations and Management:
photokunst collaborates with photographers, with services customized for each project: from developing concepts, facilitating partnerships with NGO’s and sponsors, curating, coordinating exhibition design, creating marketing and promotional materials, to incorporating multimedia elements, educational and related items. We collaborate with museum staff regarding bookings, educational components, ancillary products, lectures, artist appearances and press events, and the design and approval of materials related to the exhibition.
photokunst’s expertise includes securing venue bookings, facilitating contract arrangements, coordinating exhibition framing, crating, shipping, insurance, registration and condition reporting, and installation arrangements.
Selected Museums/Venues that have shown photokunst exhibitions:
The Mariners Museum, Norfolk News, VA, The United Nations, New York, Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin, Germany, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, Norsk Industriabeider Museum, Vemork, Norway, Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles, CA, Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma, Oceanside Museum of Art, Oceanside, CA, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, San Diego, CA, Museum of Natural Science, Turin, Italy, The Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, CA, National Geographic Museum, Washington, DC, Union Art Gallery, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, Newseum, New York . . .