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EFG Art Collection, Switzerland
Mario Merz, Senza Titolo (Luoghi senza strada), 1994. Photo Agostino Osio, ©Fondazione Mario Merz © 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich
Mario Merz, Senza Titolo (Luoghi senza strada), 1994. Photo Agostino Osio, ©Fondazione Mario Merz © 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich
Daniel Buren, Cadre Fragmenté B, 1991. ©Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano
© 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich
Daniel Buren, Cadre Fragmenté B, 1991. ©Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano © 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich
Giulio Paolini, Vis-à-vis (Hera), 1992.Photo Agostino Osio, ©Giulio Paolini
Giulio Paolini, Vis-à-vis (Hera), 1992.Photo Agostino Osio, ©Giulio Paolini
Fausto Melotti, Scultura n.15, 1935 (1976). Photo Agostino Osio, © Fondazione Fausto Melotti, Milano
Fausto Melotti, Scultura n.15, 1935 (1976). Photo Agostino Osio, © Fondazione Fausto Melotti, Milano
Tobias Rehberger, Studio Room (West 1), 2005. Photo Christie’s Images Limited 2014
Tobias Rehberger, Studio Room (West 1), 2005. Photo Christie’s Images Limited 2014

About the collection

Exhibition public space:

Website:
www.efginternational.com/fr/About-EFG/Corporate-commitment/Art.html


Launch year:
End of the 1960s

Number of artworks:
About 2000

Artistic domain:

Paintings, sculptures, graphics, installations, videos, photos and site-specific artworks of post-war artists from the 60s avant-garde movement till present.

Status of collection:
International

Commission program / Site-specific order(s) :

Robert Barry, Liam Gillick, John Armleder, Daniel Buren.

Prize(s):

EFG International, Switzerland

Launch year:
1995

International presence:
Around 40 locations in Europe, Asia and North and Latin America, as well as in the Middle East

Profile of the company:
EFG has a history of entrepreneurship that dates back to when it was established. A former start-up, it has grown and developed into a global bank.
1995: establishment of the bank in Zurich by two entrepreneurs with a wealth of experience in Swiss private banking
Geographical expansion follows as a result of organic growth and acquisitions
2005: listing on the SIX Swiss Exchange
2016: combination with BSI, one of Switzerland's oldest banks (founded in 1873 in Lugano) that has a strong tradition of Swiss private banking and a broad international network
www.efginternational.com

Annual revenue:
722 million CHF

Number of employees:
Around 3500