What to do with a large corporate art collection?

A new destination for many objects collected over the years

An Antwerp based insurer asked Bernice for advice on their corporate art collection. Over more than 30 years this company collected art from many Belgian known and lesser- known artists. Now the time has come to question the destination for all the objects collected.

Which artworks were meant to keep? Which objects should be installed in their own offices? What is the value of the collection and should it be stored in specialized warehouses? Is a restauration recommended for the more expensive pieces? Many questions which Bernice managed to answer.

The company collected over 400 pieces of art. Some of high value, others less worthy. We checked the condition of all the objects and made a detailed digital inventory. We took a photo of almost every object and valued every piece.

A part of the overall belgian contemporary collection is now safely wrapped and labeled and ready to be transported to a specialised warehouse.

Does your company own a small or large corporate collection and you have questions about the value or storage of your corporate art? Thanks to our professional partnerships we have a solid and safe sollution. Give us a call or send an email and let us discuss your needs..

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