Manchester digital marketing agency The Media Octopus has added yet another highbrow client to its portfolio by landing a brief from Iranian art specialists the CAMA Gallery to promote the Persian “school” to British contemporary and modern art aficionados.
The CAMA Gallery, which claims to offer an exclusive world class selection with over 300 pieces from 80 highly accomplished artists – was formed in response to increasing demand for Persian art and artistic creations.
As well as introducing artists and artworks, CAMA Gallery also honours the pioneers and celebrities in art, and provides an opportunity for art lovers to get familiar with Iran art including classic, modern and contemporary styles; prices range from £800 to £350,000.
Following its “big reveal”at Café Royal in December (pictured), the gallery has now briefed TMO to deliver its proposition across digital channels to ensure that the public launch is followed up with significant business growth.
CAMA Gallery joins The Royal Albert Hall, Christopher Wray Lighting, fashion brand Creative Pedestrian, Emirates Old Trafford and Lancashire County Cricket Club on the TMO client list.
TMO head of strategy Andrew Colwell said: “This is such an interesting campaign to be involved with. For 30 years, Iranian art was simply not available to the Western world due to the international trading restrictions. It’s a high growth area and TMO takes great confidence from the fact that we have been mandated to underpin the growth of CAMA Gallery across the UK.”
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