Paul Norman Joins Momentisu Fine Art

Momentous Fine Art announce the appointment of Paul Norman as General Manager

9 April 2018 London UK: Momentous, the specialist fine art logistics company, is proud to announce the appointment of Paul Norman as General Manager.

Paul has over 12 years’ experience in fine art logistics, having worked in some of the industry’s leading providers. Prior to joining Momentous, Paul held the position of General Manager at The British Shop where he developed their fine art shipping business and took a leading role in building their international operations.

At Momentous, Paul will focus on the development of the company’s fine art, storage, shipping and installation business to support its private and corporate client base.

Paul says “It is a fantastic opportunity to join Momentous.  Over the years I have seen the company grow in popularity with collectors, dealers, designers and museums.  My plans are ambitious, and I am looking forward to building on the existing Momentous business capabilities to make it a first choice when it comes to selecting a specialist fine art shipping and installations company.

Momentous was established in London during the 1970s as an independent fine art shipping company under the trademark – B.B.F Shipping. Today, it is owned by the AGM Group, a privately-owned business which is investing in the company’s systems, operational best practice, technology and people.

Paul Evans, Chairman of the AGM Group said “We have a robust long-term investment plan for Momentous. Paul Norman’s appointment is part of our talent strategy to employ the best people within the fine art business.  He has a clear vision, a terrific passion for art and the range of operational expertise necessary for the role. He understands what our customers are looking for which will drive innovation in our services and create value for our customers.  I feel that he will be a strong leader for Momentous.

Paul Norman’s appointment is effective immediately. If you have a fine art project you wish to discuss with him, please contact:

Paul Norman

General Manager Momentous Fine Art

paul.norman@momentousltd.com

T: + 44 20 3780 4545

M: +44 7738 27 84 41

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Farley Arts Trust Awards 2017

Farley Arts Trust Awards | Working in Partnership with Momentous

A Celebration of East Sussex Schools and Colleges Visual Arts

As a proud sponsor of Farleys Art Trust, Momentous were invited along to the Farley Arts Trust Awards awards evening 2017 at Farley House in East Sussex.

Working in Partnership with Farleys Arts Trust Momentous came up with a new and innovative award ‘Art on The Move’. The winning artist would not only appear in the catalogue and the exhibition but would also have their winning piece of art featured on the side of a new Momentous Fine Art vehicle for 2 years.

On Friday 13th October 2017, Mark Costa-Rising, Group Sales & Marketing Director and Shane Lewis, Operations Manager of Momentous along with The trustees at Farley Arts Trust awarded Charlie Legh-Smith from Uckfield Community Technology College the ‘Art on the Move Award’ for her GCSE entry called Companionship.

Charlie commented, “I enjoy the art of something different and original, which inspired me to use small human figures, made from glue, that reflect humanity in a boy’s dog. My overall piece was inspired by Samuli Heimonen and his use of giving a deeper, surreal meaning to his paintings, thereby giving me the idea to create an image that reflects the relationship between a young boy and his dog.”

Congratulations to Charlie, and we look forward to working with Farley Art Trust committee and seeing far more inspiring art in the years ahead.