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The International Directory of Corporate Art Collections
Our flagship reference source — in continuous publication since 1983 and updated every other year
Digital edition now available for a limited time at a special discount of 30% !
“……..it is simply the best source of information to what is happening with art in business and the workplace“
The only source of information about nearly 700 companies and businesses around the world, companies that are buying art, displaying art in un-traditional spaces, commissioning art, sponsoring art, and becoming partners with artists to create new ways to bring art into communities and people’s lives.
Because many are struggling in a generally weak and slow economy right now, I have decided that through the fall, we will offer the Directory for a special 30% discount. I feel that the information in this publication is valuable for anyone working in the art field today, and I want to make it possible for many of you to order.
So, for a limited time,you can order the complete International Directory of Corporate Art Collections in pdf format for $87.00 After that the price will be $125.
You can order it on the special discount web page : link here
Many people do not realize that …………….
several million works of art are displayed in businesses and corporations around the world — that is nearly as many as are on display in city art museums!
the total value of all of the art that is on display in the workplace is worth several billion dollars, and corporations spend millions every year purchasing art.
So the most important patron of the arts during the past 70 years has been ……. not private collectors,
….. not government institutions,
……and not even museums,
…… but corporations!
The International Directory of Corporate Art Collections will help you find out . . .
Which are the companies that have art collections,
Which ones have commissioned art ,
Which corporations have art education programs,
What businesses may need to order framing, restoration, or
review their insurance policies,
Which corporations have organized or sponsored art exhibitions or loaned art works from their collections…
Practically a bible to the corporate art world, The International Directory of Corporate Art Collections will give you the answers. It is still the only comprehensive reference for corporate art collecting around the world, and has been in continuous publication since 1983.
Nearly 700 companies are featured in the Updated Edition!
So no matter which part of the art world you’re in … dealer… consultant… collector… curator… museum director… artist… architect… framer… supplier… scholar… art historian… appraiser…. lawyer…
you need to use the only source that can give you the information to put you out in front: The International Directory of Corporate Art Collections.
You have no doubt noticed how rapidly the business and corporate world has been changing, especially during the past few years — which also means that corporate art collections have been changing as well. When we published the directory in a printed book form, we found that during the two or three-year intervals between updates, there were extensive changes — new collections being formed, companies merging with others, some collections being sold, and some companies disappearing completely. During the past 5 years the field has been virtually transformed.
But in spite of the ups and downs in the economy, the corporate art world is still vigorous, and the Directory helps you to see the whole picture — what art programs are being started, what new collections are being formed and which established ones are expanding.
The Directory will help you identify opportunities, save valuable time, develop sales strategies, and target your services…… You will know the corporate programs and exactly what their art-related needs are. This makes your directory more useful than ever before!
The Directory is available in a pdf format and is constantly being updated. This process has made the directory a constantly growing and evolving project — a living “work in progress.”