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IAG Cargo Sponsoring National Gallery's Exhibition

IAG Cargo Sponsoring National Gallery's Exhibition

IAG Cargo has released news that they will be sponsoring the National Gallery’s most recent exhibition, Monochrome: Painting in Black and White. The exhibition opened to the public last week and, as the event’s official logistics partner, IAG Cargo was on hand to help with the preparations. IAG Cargo has made use of their “Secure” service which has moved more than 50 pieces of artwork from around the world.

The logistics and cargo handling company was first created in 2011 following the merger of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo. Following this, there has been subsequent additions of other airlines and operations into the business which includes Aer Lingus, Vueling, bmi and LEVEL. The company now operates a network with more than 350 destinations.

The latest National Gallery exhibition includes loans that have come from New York, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Vienna, Moscow, Los Angeles and Chicago. The new showcase displays the fascinating history of black and white painting, an area of art that is little studied. The exhibition will include painted objects as well as work in glass, ceramics, silks, wood and canvas by a number of exceptional, world-famous artists such as Rembrandt, Picasso and Richter.

The Commercial Director of IAG Cargo, David Shepherd has said that the company in thrilled to partner with The National Gallery for an exciting series of different shipments. The company’s Secure specialists work to deliver priceless protection to these priceless objects, ensuring that they carry out the shipment with complete peace of mind for the client for what will no doubt be an amazing exhibition.

IAG Cargo is a trusted partner to The National Gallery, and it is a credit to the company’s commitments that they have been selected to transport these unique creations with the highest level of care and attention.

Monochrome: Painting in Black and White will run from October 30th to February 18th in London before moving to Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf from March 22nd to July 15th 2018.

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