Ogilvy and Mathers art exhibition to feature international artists designers
on Friday,January 29,2010 19:01
Ogilvy and Mather, a global marketing and communications company, has announced the launch of its inaugural art and design exhibition at its new office space this month.
The company''s new headquarters, dubbed The Chocolate Factory, was transformed into an art gallery beginning January 28 to showcase the work of 12 emerging artist from across the globe.
The exhibition is operating under the theme Re-Creation to celebrate the firm''s move from the Worldwide Plaza.
In order to show its continued support for the artistic community, company representatives say they will continue to change the décor of the new space, which was designed to accommodate more projects and exhibits.
Tham Khai Meng, worldwide creative director for Ogilvy and Mather, said these initiatives aim to help the company''s "artists, writers, designers, craftsmen, and creative people" gain inspiration by "simply looking at the art pieces or just being in their presence."
All of the displays - which were created by artists from Canada, Israel, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and the U.S. - focus on the internal dialogue between a creator and their medium and are intended to offer their audience various points of view.
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