On September 29th, Elie Art Gallery curated a captivating group exhibition at the historic Château de Crémat in Côte d’Azur. The exhibition marked the opening of an event where internationally acclaimed artists showcased their breathtaking artworks, including Natalia Kapchuk's The Lost Planet series.
FprBuro Communications played a crucial role in the successful exhibition of Kapchuk's artwork. Our team provided a range of services, including logistics management for the transportation and installation of the artwork at the venue. We also provided marketing and promotional support to maximize the visibility and impact of the artworks at the fair, including creating press releases, social media content, and email marketing campaigns to generate buzz and interest in the artwork.
The exhibition featured two physical artworks from The Lost Planet series, namely, Saharan Sands (2022) and Simulated Earth (2022), along with an animated video installation and a collection of exclusive AR works. These mesmerizing pieces transported the viewers to a world of unparalleled beauty and wonder, showcasing the artist's unique vision.
The Private View was exclusive, and only a select few were able to witness the breathtaking artworks. The exhibition highlighted the exquisite craftsmanship and the captivating stories that these artworks hold, leaving the viewers spellbound.
The Château de Crémat in Côte d’Azur provided the perfect backdrop for this remarkable event. The exhibition brought together the best of the best from the art world, and the viewers were left with an unforgettable experience.