We’ve worked across the world with clients helping them to deliver world-class exhibitions, install prized pieces, and to safely store and move their artwork. Here are some examples of work that we’re particularly proud of.
Our team was thrilled to work with the UAE Embassy and Dirwaza Curatorial Lab for a contemporary art exhibition celebrating UAE female artists.
A-Z exhibition, the exhibition runs from February 28 to March 31, and looks back across almost five decades of rebellion.
Crown Fine Art supported with transportation of Fatty sculpture from TVB to Shaw Studios. The life sized sculpture is created by a contemporary Chinese sculptor Mu Boyan.
Hong Kong Film Archive appoints Crown Fine Art to transport canisters of films and pallets of machines
Crown Fine Art Hong Kong appointed by the Hong Kong Film Archive as the transportation provider for moving canisters of films and machines from Shanghai to Hong Kong.
Our team in Dubai had the pleasure of working with a collection being transported to the Academy of Motion Pictures in the heart of Los Angeles.
Crown Fine Art was selected as the logistics partner for the exhibition, Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age.
The Mauritshuis is home to world-famous paintings by Dutch and Flemish masters from the Golden Age, containing works by Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt van Rijn and Jan Steen.
Crown Fine Art coordinated the technically challenging installation of this monumental work drawing upon the team’s local experience and technical expertise.
Crown Fine Art provided the full logistics coordination and art handling services for the packing, transport and installation of over 500 works to the Museum of San Domenico in Forlì.
Crown Fine Art was responsible for the complete logistics, packaging and international transport of this large-scale work from the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne to the Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla in Spain.
Crown Fine Art moved The Night Watch, Rembrandt van Rijn's world-renowned painting and famous for its enormous size, ahead of and following the Rijksmuseum's milestone ten-year renovation.
Standing an impressive 8.5 metres high and weighing nearly three and a half tonnes, ‘Torre’ by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye, presented a complex installation and construction project for Crown Fine Art.
The Crown Fine Art teams in the United Kingdom and China have had the opportunity to work with Historic Environment Scotland (HES), the National Galleries of Scotland and the Nanjing Museum to bring the Romantic Scotland exhibition to China.
Our Fine Art technicians successfully packed, shipped and installed sculptures, paintings, prints and multi-media exhibits from the United States, Germany and United Kingdom.
Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (ADMAF) first partnered with Crown Fine Art on the installation and exhibition of “Portrait of A Nation”.