Gotham PR Agency New Client Wins 2015

75 Rockefeller – New Design by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates


Gotham Public Relations continues to enjoy the most iconic project challenges and Clients in the world.

With editorial feature opportunities showcasing KPF’s newest New York designs at 75 Rockefeller, Hudson Yards and One Vanderbilt, as well as China, Dubai, London and Singapore; along with thought-leading symposia with the Municipal Arts Society, Openhousenewyork and The New York Times, we are actively engaged with the global architecture, design and development media 24/7.

Our work with Latin artists, including the legendary BOTERO, continues at Gary Nader Fine Art in New York and Miami, along with events, editorial and reviews of the brand new Latin American Art Museum, designed by Fernando Romero. Our ongoing partnerships with world-class museums El Museo Del Barrio and Bronx Museum continue to benefit the arts, culture and both emerging and established artists.

Exciting new campaigns at the Agency this business quarter include the launch of Irish legacy furnishing brand ORIOR BY DESIGN in a new Brooklyn showroom; CHRISTOPHER BOOTS of Australia brings his stunning lighting designs to North and South America and select New York showrooms; DREW DOGGETT PHOTOGRAPHY is working with the Agency and the Smithsonian to bring attention to his globe-trotting work and advocacy — and that’s just a preview to 5 more campaigns that are still *TOP SECRET*

Gotham PR continues our work with BRETT JOHNSON COLLECTION, a menswear brand that we launched in 2013, with a multi-city fashion tour and inclusion in 15 Neiman Marcus stores, nationally.

Check out all of our new work at & popular tumblr wearegothampr — with visual campaigns showcased at


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