Our nationally recognized art program creates a mini-museum in each and every Sage Hotel.
Sage has upped the hotel art game by ditching the prints and hiring professional art curators to fill the rooms, hallways and public spaces of all of our recent renovations and new developments. Each collection is built around the hotel’s essence reflecting the brand and the urban centers that they’re based in. Most of our curated collections are specifically sourced and purchased locally, giving an authentic feel while supporting the art community, taking better care of the communities in which we live, work and play.
The Crawford Hotel
Sage collaborated with Colorado art curators Nine dot Arts to fill The Crawford Hotel and Denver Union Station with significant pieces of art that were locally curated from Colorado artists. Reflecting the past of the 100-year-old train station and looking toward the building’s bright future, the hotel and public spaces offer an eclectic mix of historical and contemporary pieces.
As one of the first specially curated art collections by Sage, the Nines—a Luxury Collection hotel, spared no expense in delivering our first taste in modern luxury. A collection worth more than $1 million offers a sexy take on the hotel’s jewel box theme. Conversation pieces are showcased in the lobby, while texture and sparkle are carried throughout the hotel—the Nines provides an art tour that rivals any museum.
The Westin Cleveland
For the opening of the renovated Westin Cleveland Downtown hotel, Sage partnered with local Cleveland curators LAND Studio to create a collection reflecting the architectural excitement and organic growth of the city. All art was found near Cleveland and local artists were proud to showcase it during the launch of the hotel. Sage was happy to give back to our newest city by supporting less prominent artists in the area.
The Logan, Philadelphia’s Hotel
Sage Hospitality and Host Hotels & Resorts employed Allison Barry Fine Arts to curate the collection for The Logan, Philadelphia’s Hotel—once again recruiting local Philadelphia artists to reflect the independence, grit, strength and beauty of the city and the hotel’s brand. As Sage’s most recent hotel, photo opportunities were developed with the art, creating moments guests felt worthy of posting about on social media.