Everything PR News showcases the leading Public Relations firms for artist’s and art galleries.
Just in time for Art Basel, one realizes that one struggle for an artist is a way to market themselves to the public. Investing in a Public Relations agency can be a big help for any up and coming artist or gallery looking for more exposure and branding. Here are five PR firms that specialize in art and the presentation of art through various mediums.
Fitz & Co
Fitz & Co. is a strategic communications, marketing, audience development, and events firm specializing in contemporary arts and culture. The firm represents a diverse, global roster of clients including leading museums, art fairs, galleries, and cultural organizations, as well as celebrated corporate brands that support the arts.
Fitz & Co. offers public relations and marketing campaigns including media relations, reputation and crisis management, social media strategy, strategic partnerships, brand messaging, audience development initiatives, and innovative events.
Fitz & Co. was founded in 1995 by Sara Fitzmaurice and has offices located in New York City and Los Angeles.
Gotham Public Relations
Gotham’s Marketing PR services position, launch and differentiate each brand campaign Client-side. Collaborate with our team’s process of marketing, managing, and measuring growth each business quarter.
The Agency’s proven track-record of measurable results with high profile Clients is substantiated by analytics reporting, feature press coverage, expanded development opportunities and increased sales.
Gotham PR specializes in three forms of marketing, Design, Digital, and Retail. For Design, the services include Public Relations for Art, Design, Architecture, Construction, Culture, Development, and Urban Planning.
Founded in 2000 by John Melick, Blue Medium provides communications strategy and services for clients in the visual arts, design and architecture communities. From short-term public relations projects to full-service, long-term marketing communications strategy and implementation, Blue Medium provides a range of services to ensure the most effective positioning, reach and results.
Blue Medium represents national and international art museums, cultural institutions, foundations, biennials and festivals, traveling exhibitions, arts associations, public art projects, architecture and design studios and projects, auction houses, corporations, corporate and private sponsors of the visual arts, art fairs, art galleries and related endeavors.
Blake Zidell & Associated
Blake Zidell & Associated is a New York Public Relations Firm specifically designed for arts initiatives around the city. They specialize in hosting Festivals, Modern Music Events, Classical & Opera events, Theatre, Dance, Visual Arts, and Film. With a multimedia approach to their PR their list of clients and projects include: “Celebrate Brooklyn,” “PS122’S Coil Festival,” productions of Phillip Glass’s “Einstein on the Beach,” Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Laurie Anderson, Ennio Morricone, and productions for the New York City Opera.
Cyber PR is a boutique online PR firm located in New York that has worked with more than 1,800 clients over 18 years in business. The firm is at the “cutting edge” of media, and their services include blogging, podcasts, branding, and navigating through online forms of media like iRadio, Facebook, and twitter to help brand a product.
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