Join us on the 14th September at 6.30pm for the Private View of
Exhibition 14th - 16th September 2016 @WeWork, 14 Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X
CultureLabel and WeWork partner to curate a multi-sensory exhibition that explores cultural stimulus within the digital workplace environment of the 21st Century.
In a digital age when most of our time is spent looking at computers the importance of art as inspiration in today's work space is more fundamental now than ever before.
Taking place at WeWork’s Chancery Lane location, CultureCatalyst explores how art and objects can generate inspiration and amplify motivation within the work space.
CultureCatalyst features work from the world’s most iconic
contemporary artists, such as Lucian Freud, Gavin Turk and Roy Lichtenstein, as well as established and emerging contemporary artists, such as Lauren Baker, Rupert Newman, Dan Rawlings and Storm Thogerson.
A site-specific exhibition will feature photography, projections, prints, sculpture and art-infused furniture that have been selected by curators Aretha Campbell and Lucy Baxter.
Lucy Baxter, Director of CultureLabel, comments, “It’s one of those perfect creative collaborations between companies that share the same core values. Both Culture Label and WeWork are passionately striving to bring meaning, inspiration and pleasure to our clients’ respective environments. Showcasing this exceptional group of artists all in one dynamic and vibrant space really encompasses our mutual beliefs ”
Roy Lichtenstein / Lucian Freud / Lauren Baker / Dan Rawlings / Andy Wilx / Run for the Hills
Mick Rock / Storm Thorgerson / Steven Quinn / Robotic Ewe / Janet Milner / Garudio Studio
Rupert Newman / Phil Goss / Vitamin
WeWork’s mission is to give members the space, connections and services they need to create their life’s work, while helping them collaborate with like-minded people who can help their businesses grow and succeed.
Founded in 2010 by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in New York, the company now employs more than 1,400 staff globally. WeWork currently has more than 90 physical locations in 28 cities around the world. WeWork seeks ‘creators’ from all industries and companies big and small to become members, with a suite of WeWork-specific membership benefits in each country and a local staff in each city.
Nearly 10,000 companies and over 60,000 members are now based at a WeWork, with member companies ranging from start-ups to household names including Delta, IBM, KMPG, GE, Dropbox, and Samsung. More than 70% of WeWork’s members collaborate with each other and its international locations serve as convenient bases for business travel, enabling a great degree of work flexibility for both multinationals and small-to-medium-sized businesses alike, as well as options for easy expansion into new markets.
CultureLabel.com is the world's most unique art gallery bringing together iconic and emerging
contemporary artists and craftspeople all on to one platform.
The team carefully curate the most original and intriguing pieces of art and handcrafted designs,
from homeware to jewellery, and curate them in a beautiful one-of-a-kind emporium.