Public Delivery is a non-profit arts organization established in 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. We collaborate with recognized artists, art spaces and organizations, as well as with often overlooked communities, sometimes in remote places. Our mission is to find out how art can change the world.
We created projects such as Asia’s tallest mural, a pop-up exhibition opening on the same weekend on six continents and recently focus our efforts on the global performance project Silence Was Golden.
So far, we produced 400+ performances and 40+ exhibitions in 101 countries to date and became the most visited arts non-profit online.
Public Delivery was founded by Martin Schulze.
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Our focus is to investigate different viewpoints, to address pressing issues and questions and broaden fundamental conversations on art and its environment in unpredictable and innovative ways while remaining truly independent in our operation.
One pillar for that is education: Our blog with hundreds of articles and close to a million page views yearly. In 2013, we set up a photography class at DEAR Burma, a free school for refugees in Bangkok, Thailand. The second pillar is our projects.
We focus on creating meaningful content and projects rather than on social media. 100 percent of our editorial content is specifically commissioned. We don’t publish copy-pasted press releases, hidden advertorials or paid content.
Status Quo Embracing change
Institutional or corporate sponsorship Truly independent
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2012: Asia’s tallest mural
2013: 100 published articles
2014: 200 published articles
2015: 100 balloon performances
2016: 200 balloon performances
2017: Projects in 50 countries
2017: 300 balloon performances
2018: 300 published articles
2018: Most visited art non-profit online & most visited fully independent art blog while outranking most museums, galleries and other art institutions.
2019: Projects in 100 countries
Public Delivery is not funded by any institution or cooperation. While we accept partnerships for specific projects, we are entirely independent in our day to day work. This allows us to speak about inconvenient topics, often from different perspectives, or pursue projects that are completely dedicated to free speech and equality.
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• Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea
• Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul, South Korea
• Hubei Museum of Art, Wuhan, China
• Asia Culture Complex, Gwangju, South Korea
• Soma Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea
• Nowon Culture and Arts Center, Seoul, South Korea
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
• Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
• Bangkok University Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
• DEAR Burma, Bangkok, Thailand
• Musée Guimet, Paris, France
• Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France
• Musée des Confluences, Lyon, France
• Cité de la mode et du design, Paris, France
• Musée Paul-Dupuy et Georges-Labit, Toulouse, France
• Museum of Almería, Almería, Spain
• Greek Film Archive / Film Museum, Athens, Greece
• Münchener Stadtmuseum, Munich, Germany
• Forum Kunst Rottweil, Rottweil, Germany
• Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC
• The Contemporary Art Museum, Raleigh
• Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento
• Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, California, USA
• Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles
• Lyndon B Johnson Space Center, Houston
• Sacramento State University
• California State University
• University of California, Davis
• Centro Cultural de España en La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
• UNESCO ICPHS (The International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences)
• UNESCO MOST (Management of Social Transformations)
• United Nations
• United Nations ESCAP
• International Labor Organization
• International Organization for Migration
• Arts Council Korea
• Chinese Olympic Committee
• Embassy of the United States, Seoul, South Korea
• Institut Français de République de Corée, Seoul, South Korea
• Seoul Metropolitan Government, South Korea
• Seoul Design Foundation, South Korea
• Korean Cultural & Arts Centers Association
• Conflictorium – Museum Of Conflict, Ahmedabad, India
• Common Future Fund, China
• Offrejoie, Lebanon
• Women and Girls Safe Space, Ankara, Turkey
• Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
• Busan Cultural Foundation, South Korea
• Busan Metropolitan City, South Korea
• Suyeong District Office, South Korea
• World Vision International
• The United States Government
• United States Department of Labor
• California Department of Parks and Recreations
• California Department of Fish and Game
• National Basketball Association
• US Customs and Border Protection
• Sacramento City Council
• Local Democracy Agency Mostar
• Stockholm Fringe Festival
• The Australian Government
• Ministry Of Education, Kiribati
• Montana Cans
• National Geographics
• Pernod Ricard
• Samsung Electronics
The Propeller Group
Cheng Ran & Item Idem
Taps & Moses
Clemens von Wedemeyer
Guido van der Werve
Take part in art project
Please join our on-going golden balloon project Silence Was Golden for free. Get in touch for details.
The artworks and ideas presented are solely displayed for informational purposes. We don’t encourage anything that is against the laws of your country.
You are free to to copy, distribute and transmit everything, as long as you attribute publicdelivery.org or the respective author. Read more about Creative Commons. Thank you for not using our images for commercial purposes.
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