Atos combines technology and creativity for new touring art exhibition

24 June 2022 2 min. read
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A new art exhibition by global consultancy Atos is aiming to inspire business leaders to engage technology for the biggest problems facing their firms. The event will feature a number of famous works from the last 50 years, including pieces by pop-art icon Andy Warhol.

Outside their more traditional, buttoned-down work, consulting firms have a long history of supporting the arts. From helping make exhibition spaces more accessible, to bringing world-famous collections to new markets, firms have been involved in every aspect of Europe’s exhibition scene.

Now, as the arts and exhibition sectors reopen, after the hard times of Covid-19, Atos has continued this tradition, by launching an innovative new project.

Atos combines technology and creativity for new touring art exhibition

The Atos Art Exhibition ’22 will feature works from the likes of Andy Warhol, Syd Mead, Stuart Semple, and Raymond Loewy, during a series of events designed to highlight the relationship between art, design, imagination and industry which is open to the general public.

So far, the showcase of multi-disciplinary artists of the last five decades has travelled across mainland Europe – having opened in Atos’ native market of France, at the Atos Business Technology and Innovation Center (BTIC) in Bezons. It then moved to Atos offices in Munich, Germany, before setting off to four more world cities throughout this year. As of June 2022, the showcase stops off at London – before heading to more locales across Europe and North America.

According to a statement from Atos, “This exhibition is an opportunity for business and technology leaders to experience automated machines, coding and simple materials can achieve in the hands of those with vision and inspiration. The goal of the exhibition is to encourage business leaders to draw inspiration from the art world to address the key modern industrial challenges of decarbonisation, digital business operations, cloud computing and cybersecurity.”

To bolster this, Atos is offering attendees the opportunity to arrange personalised innovation workshops on topics including decarbonisation, digital transformation, cloud computing and cybersecurity. Meanwhile, the exhibition is also available for viewing as an immersive virtual gallery.

Atos is a global technology consultancy, with 111,000 employees and annual revenue of over €11 billion. As well as specialising in digital transformation, the firm also supports clients with IT managed services.