Artists Work

Exhibitions

Please see below for a small selection of the many works we’ve exhibited before and get in touch to review our full list of international contacts.

Exhibitions form a huge part of what we do and what we love, and can be a powerful way to promote your brand and network with people.

 

We’ve curated exhibitions covering a broad range of subjects, from the Tour de France to Brits on Holiday. If you have a specific brief for an exhibition, please do get in touch. We’re perfectly placed to deliver the exhibition you envision and can commission pieces specific to your requirements.

 

Alternatively you might want something quickly, in which case, there’s no need to panic! Many artists and photographers across the globe have ready-to-go exhibitions under their bed or in their loft that can be made available at short notice. You can sleep easily knowing that if there is work out there that fits your brief, we can find it for you. Whatever you’re looking for in an exhibition, we can help.

All artists The Curators has worked with have an international profile and produced events related to the subject of the exhibition. The Curators has also done a series of talks and book signings with each artist, who also all have charity affiliations.

 

Please see below for a small selection of the many works we’ve exhibited before and get in touch to review our full list of international contacts.

  • All
  • Agent X
  • Borden
  • Bulmer
  • Doyle
  • Floyd
  • Getty Images Gallery
  • Hogg
  • McNaught
  • Pannack
  • PhotoVoice
  • Smith
  • Stoddart
  • Storm
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PhotoVoice

PhotoVoice
Agent-X---Cindarella

Agent X

Agent X
CHINA - JULY 1993: In the 1950s Mao Zedong decided that sporting success was important to bring international glory and prestige to China. Since then 3,000 Schools of 
Sport have been set up throughout the country. Today the China Sports Bureau has an annual budget of around $250 million to find and train potential sporting champions.  Each year thousands of children, some as young as four, are enrolled in the schools and begin the harsh training regimes designed to turn them into Olympic winners. If they succeed in winning  Olympic gold they are rewarded with a $25,000 payment from the government. Picture shows a young gymnast practising her leaps at Wuhan School of Sport where dozens of children with sporting potential stay in dormitories away from their families. (Photo by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images)

Tom Stoddart

Stoddart