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IACCCA activities

IACCCA brings together the curators of corporate art collections in order to reflect on the specificities of individual collections.

Several times a year collection curator will invite IACCCA members to attend a meeting. Held in different cities, these meetings give curators the opportunity to exchange views and share expertise and knowledge.

They also have an opportunity to discuss the future and the responsibilities of corporate collections with a view to developing innovative solutions in a constantly changing environment. 


IACCCA

Meetings

Since 2007, IACCCA members have taken turn to host the annual meetings at their premises. There are two general meetings per year, each lasting between one and three days. The first meeting takes place in the spring: a General Assembly is followed by a rich cultural programme, combining site visits to other corporate collections and to local artistic venues. The second annual meeting, scheduled during the autumn, includes a workshop, a symposium or a conference on a given topic of common interest to all members. During the meeting, IACCCA members share expertise and best practice, both in formal and in informal ways.


Collection visits

2016 Arendt & Art, Deutsche Bank, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

2015 Lhoist, Proximus, ING, Brussels

2015 Statoil, Oslo

2014 Pictet & Cie SA, Geneva

2014 Bergé & Cia, CaixaForum, Banco santander, Fundación Mapfe, Madrid

2013 Borusan, SALT, Barut Collection, Elgiz Contemporary Art Museum, Saki Sabamci Museum, Istanbul

2013 Deutsch Bank, DZ BANK AG, Deutsche Börse, Frankfurt

2012 Erste Foundation, EVN, Generali Foundation, Verbund, Vienna

2012 Dexia, Brussels

2012 CaixaForum, Bergé & Cia, Fundacion Banco Santander, Fundación ICO, Madrid

2011 Statoil, Simmons and Simmons, London

2011 Nationale Suisse, Basel

2011 CaixaForum, Barcelona

2011 Unicredit, Bologna

2011 Rabo real Estate, Rotterdam

2010 Neuflize Vie, Paris

2010 Lhoist, Belgacom, Brussels

2010 Banco Espirito Santo, EOP, Caixa General de Depositos, Lisbon

2009 DZ BANK AG, Berlin

2008 Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris