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.
Crown Fine Art France helped to ship and install the latest exhibition at Fondation Clément on the Caribbean island of Martinique.
Crown carried out the transport and installation of the works in the exhibition spaces, supported by the production of the exhibition project and the catalogue.
Crown Fine Art managed the coordination and communication between all the teams involved, including: curators, architects, lenders, artists, insurance brokers and museum staff.
Crown Fine Art has been appointed by the HKSAR in transporting the relic collection from Tsim Sha Tsui to the new Showroom in Yung She Wan, Lamma Island in Hong Kong.
Crown Fine Art Hong Kong has been appointed by The Antiquities and Monuments Office (AMO) of HKSAR to crate, pack, install and provide project management services for the Treasures from Sacred Hill exhibition.
We started off the year by managing its transportation and logistics of Ossip Zadkine’s sculpture, La Demeure Humaine.
Crown Fine Art Hong Kong has been appointed to coordinate all of the logistics and management for packaging, transportation, and installation for Dai Fujiwara's exhibition.
Crown Fine Art is pleased to be appointed by the client to install over 170 pieces of artwork at their luxury 5 Star hotel in early 2021.
The Ingram Collection is one of the largest and most significant publicly accessible collections of Modern British Art in the UK. The collection looked to Crown Fine Art for expert advice on a secure installation.
Crown Fine Art are proud to be involved with the Science Museums latest photography exhibition by Sebastião Salgado, winner of the 2021 Praemium Imperiale award for painting.
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.
Crown Fine Art’s expert team supplied and installed an innovative wireless lighting system, embedded with Bluetooth technology.