ArtRatio is a sponsor of the UK Institute of Conservation and contributes to the ICON Policy Advisory Panel, lobbying the UK government on issues central to the art world.
ArtRatio partners with the SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology, backed by UCL, Oxford and Brighton universities.
ArtRatio are Approved Service Providers at LAPADA (the Association of Art and Antique Dealers in London) and co-sponsors of the 2017 annual conference at Westminster Palace.
ArtRatio is a commercial member of the Museums Association and 2016 co-sponsors of the MA Conference in Glasgow.
ArtRatio is a member of the Art Identification Standard (non-profit), aimed at improving transparency, sustainability and trust across the art world, through a blockchain-based standard for identification and provenance of works of art.
ArtRatio offers thought leadership training on the Sotheby’s Institute ‘MA in Art Logistics’ programme under the stewardship of Programme Director, Gareth Fletcher. Lecture content includes topics on display vs. conservation of art collections, IoT-based risk mitigation for art insurance, sustainable art collections and innovation in the art world.
Anthea Art Investments AG is an investment and art advisory boutique covering the full market spectrum including Post War & Contemporary art, Impressionist & Modern art and Old Master paintings. Anthea’s in-depth knowledge of the art market allows for sound management of their client’s art collections and access to the most exclusive works by renowned artists.
VariGuard SmartGlass offers electronically-dimmable conservation glass to protect and exhibit priceless artifacts which is 99% UV blocking at all times and offers rapid switching between light-blocking and transparent states.
The Curatorial Research Centre narrows the gap between creating knowledge and communication. Their philosophy is inspired by the concept of creating collections of things. The act of collecting is about constructing knowledge through stories. It is the curator’s purpose to share that knowledge as widely and equitably as possible through communication and interpretation.