Pros and Cons of Going Public: A Corporate Collector’s Perspective
In today’s environment, corporate art collections are seen as complementing museums. Both types of institutions manage cultural heritage and contemporary creation. Corporations are increasingly aware of their contribution and responsibility to, as well as
reliance upon society, in terms of sustainability, corporate citizenship, customers and stakeholders engagement. This is driving the opening up of collections to a wider public. Drawing on deep experience at the European Investment Bank and as Board Member of
IACCCA, Delphine Munro provides a broad perspective on the rationale for sharing a corporate collection.