Have you ever thought about the responsibility that private collections can take to support equality, diversity and inclusion in museums? When you purchase works directly from artists who are women, part of minority groups or disabled, or through organisations that support these causes, you can change the future for museums!
A message to curators all over the world: Working from home is our current reality, and we are all having to adjust our personal and professional lives to it. We are exploring different tools to make these adjustments easier, and thankfully discovering fantastic technologies every day. So here’s a
Mondrian, Van Gogh, Magritte, Cézanne, Picabia, Bacon? Or Bruegel, Vermeer, Titian, Caravaggio? Maybe Kusama, Bill Viola, Baselitz, Hockney? Or, why not take a short-cut and go for Egypt, Maya or Ancient Greece? (Ranked: the top ten most popular shows in their categories from around the world, The Art Newspaper, 26th
Earlier this month, as part of our ongoing series of collaborative events, we joined Fiumano Clase at their booth in London Art Fair for an evening of discussion and conversation about lending works to museums. We invited attendees of the fair, curators, collectors, and enthusiasts to gather together to hear
Interesting Article about Lending Art--> 8 Tips for Lending Art to Cultural Institutions | Canadian Insurance Marilyn Horrick of Chubb Insurance Company of Canada states that collectors should remember: “1) Museum Accreditation Standards: These vary between museums. Likewise, standards of Canadian museums differ from foreign museums. To verify a museum's