for the love of art.


Art Talks

Participating in international panel discussions.

IACCCA is often invited to take part in international art talks, round tables and panel discussions on various topics. On a regular basis, members contribute to these events on behalf of the association. This heightens its visibility and reputation, shedding light on aspects of art collecting as a tool for community engagement and dialogue with civil society (both of which form a part of corporate social responsibility).

2019 Symposium on Corporate Art Collection organised by the National Bank of Belgium, Brussels (Delphine Munro, Claudia Schicktanz, Stefaan De Clerck, Sanne Ten Brink & Loa Haagen Pictet)

2018 Unfold Art Xchange, Art talks in Dubai (Loa Haagen Pictet and Nimfa Bisbe)

2017 Photo London Art Talk on corporate collections (Loa Haagen Pictet and Anne-Marie Beckmann)

2016 Corporate Collections, Artnet discussion during ArtBasel, Basel

2016 IACCCA presentation during the working group meeting for Corporate Collecting (ACC) of the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft im BDI e.V, Hamburg

2016 IACCCA presentation to art.up, Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), Moscow

2015 IACCCA presentation to the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) during ArtBasel, Basel

2015 IACCCA presentation to the alumni University, Geneva

2014 Le dessin dans les collections d'entreprise, Drawing Now, Paris

2013 Coleccionismo de arte Contemporaneo y Merceazgo, Grandes Colecciones Europeas, Santander University

2012 IACCCA & National Corporate Organizations, Case Study, ARCO, Madrid

2012 How to build a good Corporate Collection, Institut Français de Bratislava

2011 Collecting Practices – FOAM class, FOAM, Amsterdam

2011 Staff Engagement, Round Table, Arte Fiera Bologna

2010 IACCCA, Art Brussels

2010 IACCCA & European Corporate Collections, Round table, Arte Fiera Bologna

Task Groups

Sharing expertise and best practices.

At every IACCCA meeting, members present and share their personal experiences and initiatives, thus enhancing the knowledge base and best practice standards. 
All IACCCA members work together in task groups, leveraging their unique experience and credentials and thus creating a series of active resources. Annual reports from each task group are published on the website (members only access).