We come across art on a daily basis, although we do not always realise it. Art can be grand and thrilling, in your face and inescapable. But it can also be subtle and discreet. Like a brief encounter, a fleeting touch. Making room for art means making room for the unexpected.
Since 2004, QKunst has been accompanying organisations with formulating and executing art policy, taking inventory of art collections, valuing, presenting, managing, collecting or deaccessioning art and developing commissioned art.
In all our work, whether it be collection management, commissioned art or art and infrastructure, contemporary art starts a dialogue with passers-by.
QKunst pursues collection management based on an inventory and an analysis of the existing collection, using the QKunst collection management application. In doing so, we keep in mind all the values carried by a collection. >
Increasingly, project developers, consortia, enterprises or foundations are the commissioners of art in public space. QKunst has a lot of experience in art in public space for a variety of clients. >
The public that comes in contact with art in infrastructure is larger, more diverse and literally, on the move. There is less time and space to experience art. Art can contribute to the experience and inspiration of a particular area or route. >