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Art for Corporate Offices

Art for corporate offices is about far more than "just looks". Understand the challenges involved, and discover the solutions.

The Top Corporate Art Collections

The World's Best Corporate Art Collections At Progressive s offices in Mayfield Village, Ohio, a walk down the stairs is a little more exciting than at most companies. The main stairwell is draped with candles, steel, wire, silk flowers and ribbons all dripped in wax.

Art as an Extension of the Corporate Image

THE artwork that organizations choose for their buildings, or for their grounds, is as important as the art that people select for their homes. Corporate buyers are looking to complete their space in an interesting way. They also select paintings, photography and sculptures for their employees' enjoyment and to project a certain image.

Art Gallery and Office: Corporate Art at Chase Bank

Manuel Gonzalez, former executive director of the Chase Art Program, shows off some of the art in the lobby of Chase Bank's new Brooklyn branch to prove that corporate art is more than decoration. Full video available for free at:

24 Coolest Designed Corporate Offices

Have you ever considered how would working for a huge successful company look like? These images of their cool offices might help you get the picture. Judging by these photos the prospect of working in this kind of work environment would seem really attractive to anyone.

Trends in Corporate Art Collecting

Corporate Art: An Integral Part of the Image by Shirley Reiff Howarth, Editor, International Directory of Corporate Art Collections. It is a positive, upbeat time now in the corporate art world -- but with major changes in attitude and perception.

Corporate Art & Company Culture: What Statement Does Your Art Make? | Houston Corporate Art

Every company has a culture. If you haven't developed it by design, then it has evolved by default. Either way, your company culture directly affects the way you and your employees interact with each other and with your clients. Needless to say, that in turn directly affects your company's bottom line.