Cultural Comms is privileged to work with some of the world's preeminent art fairs over the last 14 years, so we are delighted to announce that The Treasure House Fair has joined our roster of digital clients.

Following the closure of Masterpiece last year, the event's original founders Thomas Woodham-Smith and Harry Van der Hoom launched The Treasure House Fair: a multidisciplinary showcase featuring exhibitors and visitors from around the world.

Held at the Royal Hospital Chelsea at the height of London’s summer season, the second edition of Treasure House will build on the success of the first, bringing together 70 leading galleries – up 30% on last year – and feature over 20 collecting categories in the fields of fine art, furniture, antiquities and jewellery.

With a brief to share Treasure House's 'unseen wonders' across both its exhibitor and hospitality offering, Cultural Comms will work alongside the Treasure House team to create and implement an inspiring and intriguing digital strategy that will tell the untold stories from the leading fair in art and design, and appeal to new and established collectors alike.

"The Treasure House Fair is on a mission to become the world's premier multi-disciplinary art, antiques and design fair. We celebrate excellence in all its forms. We are creating a unique environment, innovative,  pioneering, sustainable and relevant to our location. It is an approach that inspires both exhibitors and curious visitors from across the globe.

"We're delighted to be working with Cultural Comms to reflect this in our digital offering, and to provide glimpses of the unseen wonders that power our event."

Thomas Woodham-Smith, Co-Founder, The Treasure House Fair

As the trusted partner of internationally acclaimed art and antique fairs like TEFAF Maastricht, The Treasure House Fair is a natural fit for Cultural Comms.

The brief combines our expertise in art and luxury with our skills in digital and design, and we're looking forward to telling the captivating and compelling stories at the heart of the fair."

Nina Plowman, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Cultural Comms

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