Unipol Group's Artistic Heritage, an unplanned result of various collections and the fruit of mergers with other insurance companies, contains important works and spans well over a century of Italian art.
With CUBO, the Group has fully embraced the most contemporary scientific and managerial challenge that a Corporate Art Collection or Corporate Museum poses: it actively participates in the Group's life through careful and precise planning, research and measurement of the artistic, cultural and economic value of the works of the collection and those that will become part of it, without forgetting to interpret the history behind the collection itself.
To this end, a specialised team of specially dedicated people deals with the cataloguing, conservation and development of the entire heritage.
After completing the cataloguing and all the activities related to the conservation of the artworks, CUBO began the intense enhancement of its artistic heritage. Providing a work for qualified scientific projects means sharing our passion for art and culture with the community, strengthening the explosive resume of the work provided.
While maintaining the cultural objective, loans promote exchanges between those important scientific collaborations that have helped grow the value of our country and our artistic heritage in the field of art. The incredibly delicate moment of lending a work of art must be handled with care and skill, so that it can become an exciting passage in the life of a work.
CUBO's art team supervises the lending operations to ensure that works from its heritage are made available to the community with the utmost safety.
- Umberto Boccioni,
Ritratto di scultore (Valerio Brocchi), 1907
- Graham Sutherland,
Suspended form - Red ground, 1962
- Mario Raciti,
Presenze/Assenze, 1970, courtesy artista
- Ennio Morlotti,
Rocce, s.d. (ciclo 1975-1986), courtesy Archivio Opere Ennio Morlotti
- Beverly Pepper, Prismi S.I., 1967-68, acciaio inox lucido, courtesy Marlborough Gallery N.Y.
- Beverly Pepper, In Virgo Rectangle Twist, 1967-68, acciaio inox lucido, courtesy Marlborough Gallery N.Y.
- Maurizio Bottarelli,
Senza titolo, 2001, courtesy artista
- Dino Boschi,
Stazione, 2006, courtesy eredi Boschi
- Joanie Lemercier,
Black Landform, pezzo unico, 2014
- Francesca Pasquali,
Frappa, 2016, courtesy FPA