Museum Tour  Services

 


GASTON LACHAISE:
SCULPTURE & DRAWINGS


LTE Will Work With You
to Plan, Organize, Market &
Manage a Museum Tour for
Your Exhibition or Collection


PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE EXHIBITION


EDGAR DEGAS:
THE PRIVATE IMPRESSIONIST

Museum Tour
Management Services

About Landau


PABLO PICASSO:
ETCHINGS 1966-1971

FRANCISCO GOYA:
LOS CAPRICHOS

Selected Exhibitions LTE
has Circulated & Organized

Selected Client List

Contact Info

RETURN TO LTE WEB SITE


ANSEL ADAMS:
MASTERWORKS

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Introduction

LANDAU TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS organizes and circulates high quality exhibitions to and for museums, universities and other arts and cultural institutions, organizations, and foundations. Over the past 50 years we have presented more than 900 exhibitions at museums throughout the United States and the world. Our exhibitions cover a wide variety of subject matter and time periods from the fields of fine art - (sculpture, painting, works on paper, mixed-media, ceramics), photography, architecture, anthropology, cultural history, crafts, multi-media, and science. 

SERVICES
Our services take care of the myriad details involved in the development, organization, planning, marketing, and management of traveling museum exhibition tours. Our offices become the center for all business and communications related to each exhibition. 

STRATEGIC PLANNING
Special arrangements are tailored to the specific goals, objectives, conditions and requirements of each exhibition. We consult with clients to develop an overall strategy and a marketing program designed to maximize the potential for results. 

MUSEUM NETWORK
LTE utilizes its worldwide network of museums, professional contacts and arts resources to promote our clients’ exhibitions to both a national and international
audience.  We maintain an extensive, customized, up-to-date database of museums and museum personnel developed over the past 25 years. This enables us to offer our clients access to the best and most appropriate institutions and decision makers in the museum world. 

FEES & INCOME
LTE's fees are determined according to the extent of services required, and by the economic potential of each exhibition. Certain fees are charged for exhibition organization, tour organization, development and marketing services, and other fees are charged for the management and administration of the exhibition tour, plus expenses. Exhibition Loan Fees paid by museums are shared between LTE and clients depending on the specific economic parameters of each situation. Please contact us for details.

We look forward to further discussing with you the details of planning, organizing and implementing a museum tour for your exhibition or collection. 

Mitzi Landau, Director
Jeffrey Landau, Managing Director




Museum Tour 

Organization 
Services

  • Tour Development & Exhibition Organization

1.Consultation with Client to define goals, objectives, requirements, resources 

2. Preparation of  Plan of Action 

3.  Management of exhibition design, organization and production 

4. Manage preparation, crating and packing of exhibition components for traveling 
 

  • Development of Exhibition Data & Marketing Materials 

1. Compilation and registration of exhibition data including list of works/contents, images, shipping, installation & insurance requirements, etc. 

2. Preparation, design and production of publications, brochures, marketing and PR materials and Web Site.
 

  • Venue Research

Research, develop and compile a custom list of potential museum venues from extensive LTE Database - includes Client "museum wish list" 
 

  • Exhibition Marketing 

1. Custom mailing of marketing materials to preferred, selected museums with follow-up calls 

2. Listing in LTE Exhibition Marketing Brochures mailed to thousands of musems twice annually 

3. Creation of an exhibition marketing web site & posting on Landau 
Traveling Exhibitions Web Site 

4. Phone calls to LTE personal contacts 

5. Ads placed in Museum and Arts Magazines and Newsletters 
 

  • Follow Up to Marketing Efforts

1. Respond to inquiries - phone, mail, fax, e-mail 

2. Compile list of interested museums for approval of Client 
 

  • Tour Scheduling & Contract Negotiation

1. Plan tour routing 

2. Negotiate, coordinate and confirm dates 

3. Negotiate, write, send and complete contracts 



Museum Tour 

Management 
Services

LTE manages all details of exhibition tours including:

  • Exhibition Coordination
     

    LTE remains in close contact with exhibitors to supervise and monitor all procedures and operations. 


  • Shipping 

    LTE arranges, coordinates and monitors all shipping.
     
  • Exhibition Installation & Presentation 

    LTE compiles and distributes Instruction Kits which include: packing, handling and installation instructions; press materials; brochures; condition report forms; lists of works. 

  • Sales of Publications and Works

    LTE coordinates the distribution and sales of catalogues books and other publications, works of art, and other merchandise. 

  • Insurance

    LTE verifies insurance documents and all other requirements as specified 
    in the Exhibitor’s contract.
     
  • Special Events/Lectures

    LTE coordinates, with exhibitors and lenders, related special events, lectures and other activities. 

  • Administration

    LTE accounts for all costs, fees, sales, and other revenues. 

  • Condition Reports

    LTE distributes and reviews Condition Reports. 

  • Press Book

    LTE compiles Press Book with all publicity, installation photos,  invitations, posters and other pertinent material.



About Landau

Landau Traveling Exhibitions has presented more than 900 exhibitions at museums and universities throughout the United States, Canada and the world over the past 50 years. 

The Landau family has been active in the international art world for almost 50 years. During the 1950's & 60's, the highly acclaimed Felix Landau Gallery in Los Angeles and Landau/Alan Gallery in New York, introduced, represented and exhibited the best of the 20th Century's American, European and International Modern Master and Contemporary artists. 

In 1967 Mitzi Landau took on the task of circulating the GASTON LACHAISE: Sculpture and Drawings exhibition for the Lachaise Foundation (it has now been to over 130 museums) and Landau Traveling Exhibitions was launched. 

Jeffrey Landau joined the business in 1989 as Managing Director and is now also in charge of the new arts communications division, Art Resource Technologies, taking Landau into the 21st Century. 

We continue to represent exhibitions, collections, 20th Century masterworks, contemporary artists, estates, arts organizations, corporations and foundations. 





Selected Exhibitions LTE has 
Circulated, Managed and/or Organized

GASTON LACHAISE: SCULPTURE AND DRAWINGS
for the Lachaise Foundation

PICASSO: SUITE VOLLARD - for the Fort Worth Museum 

PICASSO EDITION CERAMICS: from the Edward and Ann Weston Collection

TWO SCULPTORS, TWO ERAS: RICHMOND BARTHE – RICHARD HUNT for the Arts America Program of the United States Information Agency

THE ART OF ARCHITECTURE :WORKS BY LAUREATES OF THE PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE - for the Hyatt Foundation

EDWEARD MUYBRIDGE: PHOTOGRAPHY - for Stanford University

WILLIAM KING: SCULPTURE - for the Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York

MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE: PHOTOGRAPHY - for Cornell University

JOHN ALTOON: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS - for the Whitney Museum

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. REMEMBERED: PHOTOGRAPHS BY FLIP SCHULKE

ART BEYOND BORDERS - for the United Nations and Unesco

UNISON WITH NATURE: LOUIS H. SULLIVAN - for Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

A HERITAGE PRESERVED: THE ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENT OF LOUIS H. SULLIVAN -for Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL

INSIDE THE LA ARTIST: Photographs by Marva Marrow

RAIN FOREST VISIONS: THE USKO-AYAR AMAZONIAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING for the Capitol Children’s Museum, Wash., DC

TEXTILES FROM VANISHING CULTURES: Flat Woven Textiles of the World

CENTURIES OF SUNSHINE: THE HISTORY OF CITRUS - for the Riverside Municipal Museum and Sunkist Growers Cooperative

THE HISTORY OF CITRUS LABELS  - for the Riverside Municipal Museum

FROM EARTH AND SOUL: THE EVANS COLLECTION OF ASIAN CERAMICS for California State University, San Bernardino

THE KARNOFF COLLECTION  OF ANCIENT ETRUSCAN &  SOUTH ITALIAN VASES for California State University, San Bernardino

BILLBOARD ART: PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LANDAU & OTHERS

NO PLACE TO GO:  PAINTINGS OF THE HOMELESS BY PAT BERGER 

FORMULATION: ARTICULATION: SERIGRAPHS BY JOSEF ALBERS



Selected Client List

Among the museums we have worked with are:

Museum of Modern Art, NY; Nelson A. Rockefeller Museum, NY; Boston Museum of Fine Arts, MA; National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; UCLA Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Il; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, DC; Saint Louis Art Museum, MO; Montreal Museum of Art, Canada; Seattle Art Museum, WA; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; Texas A & M University, College Station, TX; National Building Museum, Washington, DC; Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, IL; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NB; Hampton University Museum, Hampton, VA; University Museum, SIU Edwardsville, IL; Museum of Art, WSU, Pullman, WA; Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN; McKissick Museum, Columbia, SC; Cornell Fine Arts Center, Winter Park, FL; Tucson MuseumArt, Tucson, AZ; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN; Putnam Museum, Davenport, IA; Newcomb College Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA; Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, MS; Purdue University Galleries, West Lafayette, IN; Sesnon Gallery, UC, Santa Cruz, CA; Reed College Art Gallery, Portland, OR; Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR; Canton Art Institute, Canton. OH; Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY; University of Scranton Art Gallery, Scranton, PA; Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI,
& 100's of others.



CONTACT INFORMATION

For More Information Please Contact

Mitzi Landau, Executive Director
Jeffrey Landau, Director

3615 Moore Street
Los Angeles, CA 90066

Tel:  310.397.3098          Fax:  310.397.3018 

Internet:  http://www.a-r-t.com
E-mail      info@a-r-t.com