Art+Culture Projects is a publisher of print editions and multiples produced in partnership with artists, curators, cultural institutions, non-profits, museums and commercial galleries. Our mission is to broaden awareness of the artists who are shaping our cultural legacy while creating a sustainable source of income for both artists and the programs – whether non-profit or commercial – that are showcasing innovative artistic practice.
|Chris Vroom||Helen Andrews|
Contemporary art patron and collector Chris Vroom is the CEO of Art+Culture Projects. Vroom is also the founder of CollectorIQ, an online data, analytics and portfolio management platform that helps collectors, their advisors and other intermediaries oversee, analyze, value and trade fine art and collectibles. Vroom previously founded and was Chairman of Artspace.com, the world’s leading internet platform for the discovery and collection of contemporary art. He’s also the founder and president of the New York-based non-profit Artadia, which for over 15 years has provided direct financial support and professional development opportunities to artists from all parts of the United States. Vroom received his BA from The University of Chicago in Economics in 1987. He worked as a Chartered Financial Analyst specializing in consumer group and e-commerce equity research spaces for nearly twenty years as a Managing Director and Global Group Head for the Credit Suisse First Boston Technology Group.
Helen Andrews is co-founder and director of Art+Culture Projects. Before relocating to New York City to launch Art+Culture Projects, Andrews oversaw the editions program for the London headquarters of the internationally renowned gallery White Cube, where she helped to produce memorable print editions and multiples for Christian Marclay, Harland Miller, Eddie Peake and many other leading contemporary artists. Prior to that, Andrews worked alongside the directors of Art+Object, New Zealand’s leading contemporary auction house, helping to support a nascent art selling business expand into a 20-million-dollar-a-year industry in less than five short years. Andrews graduated from the Elam School of Fine Arts at The University of Auckland, New Zealand with a BFA focus on photography. Since this time, many of her peers have gone on to become the country’s preeminent artistic talents of her generation, including contemporary art luminaries such as Simon Denny, Fiona Connor and Kate Newby.
Photo credit for Helen Andrews: Greg Henkel