Alexandra Fanning Communications

Communications strategy, publicity, public relations and marketing consultation for creative industries. We have a strong focus on Art & Design, working with galleries and individual artists to increase visibility and take them to the next level.


Alexandra Fanning Communications treats every client individually, focuses on research-based strategy with the goal of improving visibility and connectivity. Concentrating on the client’s needs and communicating every step, we endure to go further with strategic approach and creative thinking. 

With a proven track record of success, we offer a holistic approach made possible through exploration of ideas and research, thinking outside of the average PR box.

Alexandra Fanning Communications offers either project-based packages or ongoing retainer after 3 months.


We work closely with editorial to secure art-specific coverage in such publications as Autre Magazine, Blouin Artinfo, Artnet, ArtNews,  Art in America, Artsy, The Brooklyn Rail, Creators Project, Cultured Magazine, Elle Mag, Forbes, Observer, Surface Magazine, Fox News,  Harper’s Bazaar, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, Interview Magazine, Juxtapoz, NBC,  New York Magazine, NYT T-Magazine, The New Yorker,  The New York Times, NYLON Magazine, Paper Magazine, i-D Magazine, Frank 151, Outside Magazine, Whitehot Magazine, Whitewall Magazine, Widewalls, Vanity Fair, Vogue, VICE, , NY1 (New York 1), Mass Appeal, Quietus, Quiet Lunch Magazine, among others.

Projects and clients:

SONNY: To the Bone, 393 Broadway, New York, NY

Nene Humphrey, Transmission, at Lesley Heller Workspace, 54 Orchard St, New York, NY

SPRING/ BREAK Art Show, Kawita Vatanajyankur, Rituals of Otherness, Times Square, NY

Ulterior Gallery, 172 Attorney St, New York, NY

Untitled Space, 45 Lispenard St, New York, NY, ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE Group Show

Safe Gallery, 1004 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, Andy Cahill

SECRET DUNGEON, 236 Moore St, Brooklyn, NY – Stamina, Liza Buzytsky + Kawita Vatanajyankur, curated by Alexandra Fanning

Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, 250 Broome St, New York, – CTG Collective, Admire Kamudzengerere, Mehryl Levisse,

Castor Gallery, 254 Broome St, New York, Jeanette Hayes, Tamara SantibanezJavier CallejaStacy LeighGregory Thielker

ROODGALLERY Red Hook, 373 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY,  – Marcos Amaro, Peter Opheim, Dimitrios Antonitsis

Roman Fine Art, 66 Park Place, The Hamptons, Long Island NY – Grant Haffner, Reisha Perlmutter

Joseph Gross Gallery – 548 W 28th St, New York, NY (Now Closed) Jason Peters, Dave Singley, Joseph Grazi, Lala Abaddon, Jesse Draxler, Chad Wys, Lucinda Grange, Eric Otto, Boris Ipsum,  Will Penny, Knowledge Bennett.

New York Studio School (NYSS), 8 W 8th St, New York, New York, Annual Alumni Exhibitions

Young New Yorkers arts-based diversion program annual benefit auction and gala

Suzy Kellems Dominik, NY / San Fran-based independent artist, Miami Art Week December 2017

CJ Hendry, Independent Artist based in New York City, NY

Takashi Horisaki (Spring Break BK Immersive 2017) Independent Artist based in Brooklyn, NY / Tokyo, Japan

Knowledge Bennett  Independent Artist based in Los Angeles, CA, USA

Jason Peters (Spring Break Art Show 2017) Independent Artist based in Brooklyn, NY

Michael Zelehoski (Spring Break Art Show 2017) Independent Artist based in Brooklyn, NY / Beacon, NY

Spencer Tunick, Independent Artist based in Suffern, New York

Antonia Wright, Independent Artist based in Miami, FL

Sophia Narrett, Independent Artist based in Brooklyn, NY

Drew Doggett, Independent Artist Based in Charleston, SC

See Saw Gallery Guide

NATAAL New African Photography pop-up during Frieze and 1:54 art fairs,

Attack the Block Street Art pop-up,

Christie’s Auctions – Collectrium,

Artist Andrew Thiele,

and more.



Get in touch, we’d love to chat about how we can increase your visibility!