Art Consulting Services

Commission by Kim Piotrowski for Kirkland & Ellis San Francisco, 2017
"Tondo" by Nick Cave (center), "The Universal Spirit Of The Way Things Are" by Tom Torluemke (left) and "Without a Place" by Ivelisse Jimenez (right)
"Without a Place" by Ivelisse Jimenez (left) and work by Barry Underwood (right)
"Equinox" by Pedro de Movellan
Clock installation by Biegert & Funk
Work by Stephanie Syjuco (left) and "My Song to Sing" by Shinique Smith
Work by Michael Bath
"Topographic Green, Brown, Red and Sky" by Emmett Kerrigan
"Discolaria" by Rex Ray (left) and "No. 2" by Joseph Kohnke (right)
"After Enlightenment, the Laundry" by Lora Fosberg
"Flow" by Erika Harrsch
Work by Erika Harrsch
Resin installation by Carson Fox
Resin installation by Carson Fox
Resin installation by Carson Fox
"Niagra - Illuminated Falls" by Nina Rizzo (left) and installation by Carson Fox
Mural designed by Linda Warren Projects using photos by Howard Tucker
Mural designed by Linda Warren Projects using photos by Howard Tucker
"Leaking Closet" by Alex O'Neal
Geodes by Carson Fox
Work by Juan Angel Chavez
Work by Jacob Hashimoto, office space
Work by Chris Uphues in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Work by Chris Uphues in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Work by Elizabeth Magill in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Work by Elizabeth Magill (left) and Arturo Di Stefano (right) in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Work by David Quinn (left) and Elizabeth Magill (right) in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Work by Judith Mullen in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Work by Michiko Itatani in corporate collection, Dublin, Ireland
Installation by Adam Kurtzman at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago, IL
Work by Wayne Trapp at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago, IL
Work by Peter Drake (left) and Wayne Trapp (right) Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago, IL
Work by Peter Drake
Work by Judith Mullen at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago, IL
Work by Richard Hunt (foreground) and Corinne Peterson (background) at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago, IL
Work by Spencer Finch at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Carson Fox at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Carson Fox at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Carson Fox at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Heather Marshall at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Heather Marshall at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Joel Perlman at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Nicole Gordon at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Emmett Kerrigan at Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago IL
Work by Ken Fandell at Kirkland & Ellis, San Francisco CA
Work by Carson Fox, Private Residence
Work by Emmett Kerrigan, office space in Evanston IL
Work by Emmett Kerrigan at East Bank Club, Chicago IL
Work by Larry Roberts at Kirkland & Ellis, San Francisco CA

Linda Warren Projects provides a wide range of art consulting services to both the private and corporate collector. LWP conducts each consulting assignment with absolute individuality, by developing and establishing the sincere core values of the client. Innovation stems from our commitment to reflect, via artwork, the client’s unique vision and culture. Whether through new acquisitions that are rich in value and content or through recontextualizing existing collections, we work collaboratively with our clients to create environments that are thought provoking and compelling. We strongly believe art has the power to transform a space, engage viewers, and create meaningful dialogues. We assist our clients to discern quality and value, with an approach that is serious, curatorial and educational. But, most importantly rewarding, collaborative and fun.

LWP SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • Acquisitions
  • Collection Management
  • Site-specific Commissions
  • Concept Design
  • Deaccessioning
  • Appraisals
  • Programming (lectures, tours, catalogs)
  • Installation
  • Shipping / Crating
  • Framing

Since 2003, LWP has developed and curated multi-year large-scale projects, which include: the art collection for Eaton Corporation’s world headquarters (in Cleveland and Dublin) and Kirkland & Ellis (in Chicago, San Francisco, Houston, and Los Angeles). LWP collaborates with art consultants and curators and has served as a source for artwork, for a multitude of corporate and commercial settings, including: East Bank Club, Harris Bank, Bank of Montreal, Progressive, Wellington Management, General Electric, Catamaran, Deloitte, Aramark, The Ritz Carlton Residences, Advanced Dermatology, Ogletree Deakins, Deutschman & Associates, Flachsbart & Greenspoon, William Blair, Neapolitan, and Land O’Frost.