November 9, 2017: IAG Cargo has announced its association with the National Gallery as its official logistics partner the much talked international exhibition—Monochrome: Painting in Black and White held in London.
According to reports, IAG Cargo has moved over 50 pieces of artwork from around the world to London via its “Secure” service, which is equipped to delivery of high value consignments.
The exhibition features exemplary loans originating from New York, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Vienna, Moscow, Los Angeles and Chicago. It also comprises painted objects, such as works on glass, ceramic, silk, wood and canvas by well-known artists—Rembrandt, Picasso and Richter. The showcase allows visitors to trace the fascinating but little studied history of black and white paintings.
David Shepherd, Commercial Director at IAG Cargo said: “We are delighted to partner with the National Gallery on this exciting series of shipments. Our Secure specialists provided priceless protection of these unique and precious consignments ensuring complete peace of mind for what promises to be an extraordinary exhibition.”
Jane Knowles, Head of Exhibitions at the National Gallery said: “Monochrome: Painting in Black and White includes exceptional loans travelling from around the globe. In working with IAG Cargo, we have the assurance of a trusted partner that these unique paintings are handled with the upmost care and attention, ensuring they can be enjoyed by our audiences in this groundbreaking exhibition.”