Exhibition services have moved beyond traditional museums. Low-cost and portable installations can be a great investment for organizations seeking to share their knowledge with a wide audience. We especially work with international organizations interested in cross-cultural communication.
LYUBA, BABY MAMMOTH OF THE ICE AGE
We produced this exhibition for the International Finance Center and the Hong Kong Science Museum. Lyuba is an exceptionally well-preserved baby woolly mammoth. Her unexpected discovery in Siberia has provided insight into the extinction of mammoths and the climate and landscape of the past Ice Age. Lyuba’s visit to Hong Kong was a huge hit. We created the content, video, and interactives for the exhibition and executed the design in collaboration with Globe Creative. Chris Sloan also wrote a popular National Geographic children’s book on Lyuba that accompanied the exhibition.
We also arranged for a loan of a steppe mammoth from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology in Beijing.
HEAVENLY JADE OF THE MAYA
We produced this exhibition for the Cultural Center of the InterAmerican Development Bank. Our services included securing the loan of artifacts from Guatemala, curating and developing all content in the exhibition, as well as design, construction, and installation of the physical exhibition.
This exhibition prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank featured the photography of Peter Menzel and Faith D’Alulslo.
MEXICO THROUGH THE LENS OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
The Mexican Cultural Institute featured this exhibition of 100 years of National Geographic photography of Mexico.