Updated: May 10, 2020

This past week we have been able to carry out the first logistic activity for an exhibition in Italy since the lock down. The task was to dismantle an exhibition in Verona and return the loans to France, with all loans coming from one french institution.

The lender decided not to send their couriers and entrusted a local conservator for the condition report of the loans. Our art handlers, the conservators, the exhibition curator and registrar, all wore masks and gloves and worked following the security measures. The local fine art export office was able to issue the export licence and the french agent came to Verona to collect the art works without facing any problems in crossing the borders. Everything was handled well, following the normal standards, according to the schedule and, most important, the security measures for all the workers involved. We can restart!

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