Revolvd is a full service art advisory serving private and corporate clients across  Philadelphia since 2016.

 
 

Janos Korodi for Azavea

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why does art matter?

Engaging Artists and their artwork opens our minds. Looking at art enables us to discover new ideas, remember old stories, yearn for the future… even confront trauma. Because viewing art can conjure powerful emotions and different feelings for everyone, the experience and ownership of art builds creativity, community, and engagement.

 
Justin Rubich
forThomas Jefferson Hospital
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What is an

art advisor ?

Art Advisors serve and guide clients that wish to integrate art and artists into their spaces and into their lives. Obtaining the right art for a space or project isn't always an easy process. Advisors are hunters, brokers and dealers with their ears to the ground, searching deep networks for talent, value and promise. Art Advisors guide both clients and artists to place artworks, design impactful exhibitions and projects, develop ambitious collections and create lasting cultural value. Great advisors respect the wishes, scopes, and budgets of their clients and can develop relationships among fellow collectors and patrons.

what does

REVOLvD DO?

  • Private and Corporate Art Collections

  • Curatorial Programs & Temporary Exhibitions

  • Art Handling & Installation

  • Commission Management

  • Creative Experience, Engagements, Workshops, and Programs

  1. Susan Nam
  2. for Arts+Crafts.Holdings
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Textile and sculpture Artist Margery Amdur describing her process to friends and peers at the opening of “More Is Contained Than Revealed” curted at Spring Arts

Textile and sculpture Artist Margery Amdur describing her process to friends and peers at the opening of “More Is Contained Than Revealed” curted at Spring Arts

Artist Tim McFarlane with his work speaking with Kim, an employee at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center of Jefferon Hospital during installation.

Artist Tim McFarlane with his work speaking with Kim, an employee at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center of Jefferon Hospital during installation.

Abstract Expressionist Painter Jean Plough's collected work at Sage Scholars, 1650 Arch. Two more of her larger works peek from the conference room

Abstract Expressionist Painter Jean Plough's collected work at Sage Scholars, 1650 Arch. Two more of her larger works peek from the conference room

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