Atos connects technology and creativity with unique touring art exhibition

Posted on 31 May 2022 by The Manufacturer

The Atos Art Exhibition will feature works by Andy Warhol, Syd Mead, Stuart Semple, Raymond Loewy and many more among works on display in London.

Atos has announced the upcoming dates and locations for the Atos Art Exhibition ‘22, a series of events designed to highlight the relationship between art, design, imagination and industry, which is open to the general public.

An event which has evolved from having a purely manufacturing focus into a global, cross-industry event based on its early success and broad appeal.

Supported by The Manufacturer, this exhibition is an opportunity for business and technology leaders to experience automated machines, coding and simple materials can achieve in the hands of those with vision and inspiration.

The exhibition brings together renowned multi-disciplinary artists such as Andy Warhol, Syd Mead, Stuart Semple, Raymond Loewy and others from the past 50 years to demonstrate the links between creativity and technology. The goal of the exhibition is to encourage business leaders to draw inspiration from the art world to address the key modern industrial challenges of decarbonization, digital business operations, cloud computing and cybersecurity.

The Atos Art Exhibition ‘22 opened at the Atos Business Technology and Innovation Center (BTIC) in Bezons, France on March 31, 2022. It was recently hosted at Atos offices in Munich, Germanyand will travel to four other world cities throughout 2022. Next stop London, on June 7 and other major cities across Europe and North America.

The Atos Art Exhibition ‘22 is also available for viewing as an immersive virtual gallery. Atos is offering attendees the opportunity to arrange personalized innovation workshops on topics including decarbonization, digital transformation, cloud computing and cybersecurity.

All business and technology (senior) professionals are welcome to learn more and register for an upcoming in-person or virtual, costs-free tour of the exhibition, visit

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