Artist Rolf Sachs is recognized for his distinctive, conceptual approach applied across multitude of disciplines. With work ranging from photography, furniture, lightning, sculpture, installations, through to architectural projects and set design for opera and ballet, Sachs creates works that draws upon the subconscious and aims to gain access to the collective memory. The common thread that runs through his multi-disciplinary work is his passion for experimentation and invention, which drives him to challenge the applications of materials, processes and everyday projects. Sachs work has been showcased internationally in art galleries and museums, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln.

A R T has been instrumental in communicating the soul of our studio and our individual projects with great finesse, reaching out to the appropriate media and generating substantial high-quality coverage in print as well as online. A R T has helped us define our DNA and our positioning in the art world. - Rolf Sachs and The Rolf Sachs Studio Team



The Armory Show is New York City’s premier art fair and a leading cultural destination for discovering and collecting the world’s most important 20th- and 21st-century art. Staged on Piers 92 & 94, The Armory Show features presentations by over 200 leading international galleries, innovative artist commissions and dynamic public programs. Since its founding in 1994, The Armory Show has served as a nexus for the art world, inspiring dialogue, discovery and patronage in the visual arts.

We brought on  A R T Communication + Brand Consultancy to help further the fair’s reach and recognition with media in major territories across Europe, in addition to help position our New York brand on an international stage. It has been an absolute pleasure to work with A R T Communication.  Their expertise, professionalism and depth of knowledge was significant and their efforts never short of excellent. - Audrey Rose Smith, Communications Director, The Armory Show


CHART is an influential non-profit organisation that is committed to strengthening the role of the Nordic region within the international cultural scene. CHART consists of three pillars: the commercial ART FAIR and the foundation of CHART; CHART DESIGN, a new fair and exhibition platform dedicated to collectible design; and CHART SOCIAL, an ambitious non-profit programme exploring creative alliances between the fields of art, design, architecture, performance, music and gastronomy.

Since its successful launch in 2013, CHART has continued to attract thousands of visitors each year, welcoming around 19,000 people in 2017.


Phoebe Dickinson is London-based painter born in 1984. She attended London Fine Arts to study painting, specializing in portraiture. In 2013 she was nominated for the program ‘Portrait Artist of the Year’ produced in conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery and in 2018 was nominated for the BP Portrait Award. Dickinson lives and works in London.



Bread & Roses is a part of the Focus Kazakhstan initiative implemented by the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan in association with the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan within the framework of the program Ruhani Zhangyru.

Focus Kazakhstan, a cultural initiative to bring contemporary art from Kazakhstan to an international audience, takes place from June 2018 to March 2019 in Berlin, London, Jersey City, and Suwon, Korea. It is organized in association with the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, within the framework of the Ruhani Zhangyru initiative of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan: “Modern Kazakh Culture in the Global World.”



Wiener Silber Manufactur produces masterpieces from their collection of 11,000 drawings, dating back to the 19th century. This archive includes works by Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser, Otto Prutscher and Oswald Haerdtl. Continuing their long-standing tradition in supporting and collaborating contemporary art and design, recent editions include: world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid, Austrian artist Erwin Wurm, recognized contemporary designer Ted Muehling, Tomás Alonso and many more.

The Viennese manufacture was originally founded by Alexander Sturm, a trained gold and silversmith, in 1882.  Over the last 100 years, the company furnished the Imperial Court, the Vienna aristocracy with meticulously crafted cutlery and flatware. The silversmiths greatly supported the designers of the Wiener Werkstätte to realize their artistic visions in this new medium. The history, cultural identity and iconic archive of 19th and 20th century designs led to its revival of what is today called Wiener Silber Manufactur, in 2008.



With its architectural landmark building in Midtown Manhattan, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York is dedicated to innova­tive and cutting-edge programming, showcasing the best of Austrian contemporary art, music, literature, perfor­mance, and academic thought in New York and the United States. In addition to presenting three group exhibi­tions per year in its multi-level gallery space and housing around 10,000 volumes of Austria in its state-of-the-art library, it hosts over 100 free events per year in its own auditorium and supports at least as many projects at partner institutions across the nation.



Set in the scenic Swiss Alps nearby St. Moritz, the 4-star superior Hotel Walther inherits local tradition as a third-generation family-run business. Currently headed by Anne-Rose and Thomas Walther, the historic Belle-Époque hotel holds a worldwide reputation as a place offering the best and most sought-after experiences of good living, charm, elegance, and service. In celebration of its 110th anniversary, the Hotel Walther has commissioned Zürich-based designer Virginia Maissen to redesign the common spaces, featuring a light installation by artist Rolf Sachs and paintings by Sandro Fabbri. Built during the Belle Epoche, the heritage hotel will unveil its new design that showcases both modern and traditional aesthetics



Roescheisen is a multimedia artist, a humanist and philanthropist. Her work includes video, photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, performance art, and documentary.

Having graduated from the Elite University of Ludwig Maximilian, Munich, Annina Roescheisen has a Masters in History of Art, and political Philosophy and Folklore. Roescheisen’s work was exhibited in galleries worldwide, including the 56th Venice Biennale, at the GAA Foundation in the context of the European Pavilion. Here, her work was shown among well-known artists such as Daniel Buren and Yoko Ono.



Les Ateliers Courbet was born from the desire to share a passion and a culture of appreciation for material quality, detailed craftsmanship, timeless heritage and provenance pieces. Since opening its first showroom, gallery and design advisory platform in New York in 2013, the team continues to source and present rarified furniture, lighting, flooring, decorative objects and home accessories. Either culled from archive collections or currently hand-crafted by some of the most revered manufacturers in the world, the items represented by Les Ateliers Courbet bring together design luminaries and master-craftsmen who carry-on our cultural legacies through on-going artistic collaborations, timeless designs and the meticulous time-honored techniques they perpetuate.

Working with A R T has been a wonderful experience as we continue to build upon our existing artists collaborations. Anna Rosa‘s insights into the landscape and spirited worldview are cherished by myself and my team. – Melanie Courbet, Founder, Atelier Courbet



Founded in Vienna’s Weihburggasse in 1823 by Josef Lobmeyr, Lobmeyr is in its sixth generation as a family business standing for excellent craftsmanship in glass & chandelier manufacturing. Since its early beginnings, Lobmeyr has represented a love of the material, an emotional relationship with the product and a commitment of personal energy and relationships with clients. In this context, each generation leaves its trace.


Anna Rosa has been the best collaborator to lead on the promotion of our 50th years anniversary of the Met Opera chandeliers in New York. She and her team have worked with us with professionalism and passion. Thanks to her strong network of media contacts and the superbly coordinated work, we received a great response from our prominent guests and an ongoing exposure in a selection of key publications. It’s rare to find people, who feel ‚at home‘ in the art world, combining this with a strategic, organized approach to work. – Leonid Rath, Managing Partner, Lobmeyr


The intention of Norwegian Icons is to raise international awareness of Norway's significant contribution to Scandinavian mid-century design. Norwegian Icons has recently presented exhibitions in New York, Tokyo, Milan (during the 2015 Salone del Mobile), and many more.