Philadelphia Inquirer

Dietrich Estate Donation to Philadelphia Museum of Art

We are pleased to have been behind the scenes working with the Dietrich estate to collect, pack, and disperse these treasures. Definitely a project to remember! 

"These are great benefactions, an amazing legacy here at the museum, and one that will continue to influence our work," Rub said of the Dietrich gift. "They're really transformational because we couldn't go out and get additional Agnes Martins or the Gustons or the Twomblys, certainly. The Hopper, of course, would have always been beyond our reach to acquire by purchase. So these are things that really deepen and strengthen our collection in really significant ways." -

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Atelier Art Services at the Franklin Institute

August 21, 2013

The Philadelphia Inquirer's article, Ben Franklin Goes Under Cover, features Atelier staff Chris Corales, Todd Noe, and Zach Chupa installing virgin polyethylene sheeting over the massive Ben Franklin statue to safeguard dust and damage during the renovations at the Franklin Institute

Additional photos on The Week.


Atelier Art Services Moved the Barnes Foundation

June 12, 2012

The Philadelphia Inquirer's article, Atelier Art's moving story about the priceless Barnes collectionabout the relocation of the Barnes Foundation.

What helped sell the Barnes on Atelier, which had moved some of the foundation's works in the early 1990s when they went on tour, is that the company understood the complexity of the job and had proposed a plan that involved "creative and simple solutions on how to pack," Leeman said. At the core were Atelier-designed insulated crates. - Diane Mastrull for The Philadelphia Inquirer

Blouin's Artinfo also featured the Barnes Foundation relocation in their article, The Sculptor-Turned-Art Shipper Who Moved the Barnes Foundation.