Company Art Engagement

At IAM, we understand that a brand is not just a logo or a product but a rich tapestry of stories, values, and experiences. With art’s unique power to communicate complex emotions and ideas, we collaborate closely with our clients to devise art programs that not only elevate their brand but also foster deep, lasting engagements with their audiences.

IAM merges art and corporate, crafting art programs that resonate with your brand’s essence.

Artwork by Angela Bulloch

Our Approach:

  • Bespoke Art Programs: Tailoring every aspect to align with your brand’s values, communication goals, and budget, ensuring the art speaks directly to your identity.
  • Artist Commissions: Leveraging our extensive network, we bring together visionary artists whose works resonate with your brand’s ethos. Notable collaborations include the Rolls-Royce Art Initiative and partnerships with artists like Isaac Julien and James Turrell.
  • Art Events: From conception to execution, we create memorable experiences that capture the imagination, such as our activations with MoMA New York.
  • Integration with Architecture and Development: Seamlessly blending art with spaces, enhancing the aesthetic and value of property developments.
  • Corporate Collections: Curating and acquiring meaningful artworks that reflect your corporate culture and values.
  • Sustainability and Social Responsibility: Aligning art engagements with CSR goals, promoting a culture of sustainability and support for emerging talent
Example for a Company Art Engagement:
IAM for Rolls-Royce
Examples for IAM Brand Art Engagement

Yang Fudong
for Rolls–Royce 2016

IAM Project: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars showcased „Moving Mountains,“ a new work by Chinese artist Yang Fudong, as part of its Art Programme. This 46-minute black-and-white film draws inspiration from

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Angela Bulloch for Rolls-Royce 2014

IAM Project: Angela Bulloch’s „Cipher of L,“ created for Rolls-Royce and unveiled during Frieze London was displayed in the Berkeley Square showroom. The installation reflects Bulloch’s interest in systems and

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