THE COMMISSION PROJECT

Why not fill your world with art? Looking for bespoke installation in your private space? A large scale municipal project? We got you. The Commission Project is your curatorial hot-spot for finding a diverse network of artists who can help make your vision a reality.   


 

Take advantage of our curatorial expertise for your Site-Specific projects. Our curators are experts on works and artists who are well suited to commissions and installations.  From municipal beautification to private spaces, we are your source.

 

ARTISTS


 

Jesse Small grew up in Los Angeles, California.  He spent a lot of time in his Grandfather’s architecture office, drawing.  In High School he participated in student government, California Boys State, Kids City, Student Conservation Association, and a variety of environmental projects.  An active graffiti artist, Small focused on murals and black and white photography.  At 17 he went to earn a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute.

 
 

Paul Fryer is a London based artist and designer. His megalithic works utilizes technology and design to create one of a kind art piece. They elevate space with light, illusion, design, and education. He is interested in not only aesthetics, but the science behind viewing. 

 
 

Denis Milovanov - Russian artist and co-founder of DENIS MILOVANOV and SÓHA Concept brands. Denis studied in art school, joinery department. In 2008 Denis saw a sanitary felling of oaks while he was walking in the one of Moscow parks. Driven by an artistic impulse he decided to buy it, while the method of work and inspiration were found and developed during his journey to Arkhangelsk and Vologda regions in the north of Russia.

 
 

Anita Ackermann holds two degrees from the University of the Arts in Berlin, and nurtures a special interest the perception and distortion of light and sound. Ackermann’s materials often include mirrors and other surfaces or tools that refract or bend light. She has been designing perceptually obscure installations and sculptures in Berlin, over the last several year

 
 

Pato Paez Argentinian-born Pato builds on over 15 years in the art world, both as an artist and a curator. His background in medicine and biochemistry combined with “the ability to say or do the wrong thing at the wrong time” has titled him the de facto enfant terrible of the art world. His graffiti installation art is characterized by bold swathes of loud color, with designs often influenced by obstetrics and medical instruments.

 
 
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Bill Galusha is an Creative Project Director working in San Francisco. He has experience working with teams from Obscura Digital, Bot & Dolly, Google; as well as collecting small groups of talented individuals and leading them forward on his own.  

Bill loves making.  He finds himself at home in an environment that champions design and engineering; both mechanical and software.  He has a unique understanding of how creativity and technology are combined to create exceptional works of art.

 
 

THE CURATORS


 
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Michelle Tillou was previously a private art advisor, exhibition organizer and artist promoter in New York City. After earning a degree in Art History at American University, Washington D.C, she studied Art Business at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She comes from a family of antique and fine art dealers. Early in her career, she apprenticed with her uncle, Peter Tillou, a foremost art and antiques expert and dealer. For many years she was the Senior Client Manager of Antiques and Fine Arts Magazine. 

 
 

Bill Galusha is a creative project director working in San Francisco. He has experience working with teams from Obscura Digital, Bot & Dolly, Google; as well as collecting small groups of talented individuals and leading them forward on his own. 

Bill loves making. He finds himself at home in an environment that champions design and engineering; both mechanical and software. He has a unique understanding of how creativity and technology are combined to create exceptional works of art.

 
 

Ella Marder is a French-American curator and creative strategy consultant, founder of the Station to Station Cultural projects company. She specializes in the creation and development of cultural partnerships and programming, working closely with diverse organizations and artists in both the U.S. and Europe. 

Marder currently serves as the Director of Cultural Programming for NeueHouse New York, a private creative collective workspace, global home for innovators, creative teams and leading entrepreneurs in film, design, fashion, branding, architecture and the arts. She also runs the New York strategy of one of Tel Aviv’s premier contemporary art galleries: Braverman - whilst continuing to practice as an independent curator, on both sides of the proverbial pond. 

In 2008, she moved to New York and was hired by the French Embassy’s Visual and Performing Arts department, where she served as the Associate Cultural Attaché. There, she specialized in fostering and advancing French-American artistic exchange. 

 
 

Alban De Pury was born in Geneva and raised in Switzerland, Alban honed his skills in London and moved to New York City where he currently resides. He most recently served as the Art Ambassador for global iconic brand Absolut Vodka, launching their US art initiative and producing all their artistic experiences.. 

Alban started his career in the music business when he worked as an A&R for record companies Warner Music and 4AD in London. There he scouted new musical talent and developed their career. But contemporary art had also played a huge part in his life, so he was called upon to curate exhibitions and to produce multi-disciplinary events for the art auction house Phillips de Pury. Sensing an opportunity to advise brands, he transitioned into the advertising world working for BBH as a music supervisor and later for Absolut / Pernod Ricard as their in-house art advisor. 

 
 
 
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