Assembling objects for a major exhibition is a complex, costly and time-consuming undertaking. Whether you are a curator arranging an exhibition at one venue or an event planner organizing a worldwide touring exhibition, we understand the complexities and risks associated with this intricate process, such as transit damage or damage during installation.
Part of Tokio Marine Kiln, one of the largest carriers in the Lloyd’s insurance market, rated A+ by Standard & Poor’s for financial strength
Tailored Insurance Solutions
Broad all risk coverage of physical loss or damage, with low minimum premiums and capacity of $100 million per risk
Expert Claim Handling
Superior claims management and best-in-class customer service paired with loss prevention advice and disaster planning
Why Entrust Us with Your Exhibition Insurance Needs?
Our exhibition policy is designed to provide insurance protection for a wide variety of exhibitions including traditional art, tribal collections, technology-based art and historic objects. Our creative insurance solutions are crafted to address the concentrations of movable property in a single location. Additionally, our policies are flexible and can be tailored to the individual needs of your organization and to the specifics of each exhibition to avoid costly gaps in coverage.
Our policy highlights include:
- Flexible terms by day, month and year
- Minimum premium: $1,000
- Multi-year policies available
- “Nail-to-Nail” and “Wall-to-Wall” coverage
- No policy deductible requirements, deductibles options are available for rate credits
- Objects are insured at “agreed value” and exhibitry at actual “cash value” or “replacement value”
- Traveling exhibitions including multi-venue exhibitions
- Worldwide coverage
Director of Claims Management, Fine Art Division
Colin Quinn serves as Director of Claims Management for Tokio Marine Highland’s Fine Art Division. With 15 years of claims management experience, Colin joined Tokio Marine Highland from AXA Art Americas, where he … Read more
Process and Reporting Manager, Fine Art Division
As Process and Reporting Manager of Tokio Marine Highland’s Fine Art Division, Dana Wexler provides development, implementation, and oversight of the division’s policies and procedures. Dana joined Tokio Marine Highland in January 2021 … Read more