Cruise and Ferry
Spring/Summer 2017
“Cruise guests stay onboard from one week to several months, encountering the art daily for an extended period, so it is even more important for the art to be multi-layered and content-rich, revealing a little at a time.”

Shippax
November 2016
“If we can translate even a hint of what it is like to lie on your back in the desert, for example being in the centre of the harp sculpture, that is the whole idea.”

Hospitality Design
December 2014
“We can just put in the nicest [artwork] we find. But we can also put something that will at least attempt to add another later to the space, and that’s a much more interesting process. [We] have to make sure that when the guest leaves the hotel they remember where they were. And hopefully they will want to come back.”

The Caterer
August 2014
“A good art consultant will spend a considerable amount of time on the study and reasearch of a project.”

New York Home
August 2007

Sleeper
February 2004
“It was clear from the start that the owners were interested in art rather than pure decoration, and Park Plaza have endorsed the idea to support young artists by turning their hotels into lively galleries of international young art.”

Lifestyles
Spring 2001
“I realized that I wanted to fill all the walls in the world with beautiful and interesting art that was sitting for so long in artists’ studios and not being bought or seen by the general public.”