Institute for Artist Management

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INSTITUTE
Type Private
Founded Venice, California, USA (2009)
Headquarters Venice (USA)
Key people

Frank Evers, CEO
Matt Shonfeld, Executive Director (UK)

Anna-Maria Pfab, Cultural Manager (UK)
Website [1]

INSTITUTE is an artist management company, which serves media, editorial, advertising, entertainment, record industry, fine art, book publishing, radio, online/mobile media, public engagements and corporate clients.[1]

INSTITUTE represents creative artists, and operates out of Los Angeles (USA), London (UK), and Bath (UK). The current artist roster includes Lauren Greenfield, Rob Hornstra, James Longley, Gerd Ludwig, David Maisel, and Paul Shambroom.

INSTITUTE assists and manages its artist's efforts in all areas of creative production. Current projects include documentary films, commercial advertisement (print and video), book publishing, multimedia projects, museum exhibitions, resale of photo essays and editorial assignments.[2] In less than three years of operations, the company has already secured 100 cover stories (magazines) and 8,500 pages published.[3]

In August 2010, the British Journal of Photography named INSTITUTE one of "Four of the world's premier photo agencies....".[4]

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