Public art can be loved and hated. It can be used as a platform to celebrate publicly, or a vessel to vent frustration.
Either way, when the public interact with their art, it can often result in damage such as scratching, denting, graffiti and physical breakages. We can respond rapidly to such situations and are used to carrying out emergency works discretely while interacting with the public and working safely alongside them.
We are experienced in dealing with the press when public art hits the news through a public interest story or antisocial behaviour.
Check out an article by one of our Directors about conservation issues on public art works.