Art Installer Network (AIN) and its parent organization, Art Services Network (ASN) has announced that it is updating its world-wide registry of art installers with the addition of new names to the list. The Network has become the most trusted resource for finding and connecting with some of the biggest and reputed names from the world of global art.
“I am very excited about the relationships we are forming with installers abroad, the most recent being with Jessica Le Roux of JMLR Studios in Johannesburg, South Africa,” says Kevin Dunn, Chief Operations Officer at Art Installer Network. “Her organization covers the area between Johannesburg and Pretoria and promises to get the job done outside of that region.”
Art Services Network is the parent company of Art Installer Network (AIN), Art Handler Network (AHN) and Preparatory Network (PrepNet). These sites maintain and update the national databases of independent art providers. The main designer of the network, Scott Solda designed this platform with the aim of making the search for top art providers and service providers easy.
The Art Installer Network (AIN) was created in 2015 with a special IRS designation. It helped eliminate the hassle of handling and management of payroll processes and expenses. The runaway success of AIN led to the launch of the Preparator Network and the Art Handler Network.
The Preparator Network is an extensive and well-researched local database of preparators and provides clients the best platform for connecting with the top museum professionals. The platform accepts the responsibility of paying the deposits of preparators, organizing the travel and lodging needs, and making advance payments before the preparators get their payment from the clients.
Art Services Network will continue to add more art installers to their database in the future to provide clients a wider list of professionals to choose from.
Meanwhile, Jessica, the latest addition to the ASN list is delighted with the development.
“I am an artist and art consultant and work with a number of installation teams, to oversee large collection installation and assist in curating collections.”
Scott and Jessica are looking forward to helping the United States and South African clients with the installation needs.
In addition to South Africa, AIN now has installers in every major US city and also in important countries like Germany, Japan, Australia, Italy, Mexico, Canada, and England. This will help them establish US interests abroad.
For more information, visit http://ArtServices.Network
About Art Services Network:
Art Services Network is the business entity that has been designed and launched as the parent firm of Art Installer Network and Preparatory Network. The network has been designed to provide seamless access to art providers and service providers.
Name: Kevin Dunn
Company: Art Services Network