Art is all about aesthetic enjoyment, intellectual challenge, and a constant source of inspiration, but it is also becoming increasingly important as a passion investment. The professional management of a substantial art collection is correspondingly important if the financial resources tied up in it are to be invested in a secure and value-enhancing manner over the long term.
I offer private art collectors and institutions my advice and support in the purchase and sale of individual works of art, in their storage, conservation, restoration and presentation, in the establishment and expansion of art collections, in insurance and tax issues, and in the dissolution of art collections and estates.
Estimates and valuations of works of art based on 30 years’ expertise and experience are among my core competencies. In many ways, it makes sense to be aware of the current value of an individual work of art or an entire art collection. That is why I recommend that my clients have their treasures reappraised and checked at certain time intervals. In this way, they are always aware of their monetary value and condition, are always adequately insured and can promptly identify attractive market opportunities.
Loans to exhibition projects in renowned museums open up the possibility of positively influencing the recognition and, in the long term, the value of a work of art from one's own collection. At the same time, a broader public is given access to works of art that are otherwise not publicly visible, thus making a valuable contribution to the cultivation of our common culture. Thanks to my good contacts to public institutions both in Switzerland and abroad, I regularly arrange loans from private collections to particularly interesting exhibition projects and, on behalf of my clients, manage all phases of the loan process.
Loans provided to exhibitions in public museums
The Museum of Modern Art, New York (11/1/2020-2/15/2021)
Kunstmuseum Basel (3/19-6/20/2021)
Tate Modern, London (7/13-10/17/2021)
«Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Living Abstraction», work by Sophie Taeuber-Arp
Kunsthaus Zürich (2/7-7/19/2021)
«Ottilia Giacometti. A Portrait», work by Giovanni Giacometti
Schloss Tarasp, Scuol/Tarasp (9/1–9/29/2018)
«Friends. Frederick Einhorn, Keith Haring, Cady Noland and Not Vital», work by Not Vital
Musée de L’Elysée, Lausanne (1/25–4/30/2017)
«Vertical No Limit. Mountain Photography», work by Guido Baselgia
Kunstmuseum Luzern (6/11–9/25/2016)
«Sonja Sekula, Max Ernst, Jackson Pollock & Friends», work by Sophie Taeuber-Arp
Kunstmuseum Winterthur (1/30–5/22/2016)
«Hans Arp», work by Hans Arp
Kunstmuseum Luzern (3/8–11/23/2014)
«Ins Offene! Representations of landscapes from Robert Zünd and Ferdinand Hodler to Max von Moos», works by Guido Baselgia
Aargauer Kunsthaus (8/22–11/16/2014)
«Heute ist Morgen (Today is Tomorrow). Sophie Taeuber-Arp», works by Sophie Taeuber-Arp
Kunstmuseum Luzern (12/7/2013–2/16/2014)
«Il Museo siamo noi. 1970s art from Lucerne private collections», works by Hans Falk, Friedrich Kuhn and Dieter Roth
Kunstmuseum Solothurn (9/24/2011–1/2/2012)
«Ferdinand Hodler and Cuno Amiet. An artistic friendship between Art Nouveau and Modernism», work by Cuno Amiet
Kunstmuseum Luzern (7/10–10/10/2010)
«Hodler, Amiet, Giacometti. Works from Central Swiss collections», works by Cuno Amiet and Giovanni Giacometti
Kirchner Museum Davos (11/29/2009– 2/14/2010)
Arp Museum, Bahnhof Rolandseck (3/5–6/6/2010)
«Bewegung und Gleichgewicht (Movement and Balance). Sophie Taeuber-Arp 1889–1943», works by Sophie Taeuber-Arp