The National Museum of Australia, Museum Victoria and artist Julie Gough of Tasmania put their trust – and valuable objets d’art – in the hands of IAG Cargo for an exhibit at the British Museum in London.
IAG transported 10 irreplaceable works of art for the BP exhibition “Indigenous Australia: Enduring Civilization,” which will remains at the British Museum until August 2. The items were transported over 10,000 miles from Australia to the U.K. using “Secure,” IAG’s high-security service. IAG is the official logistics partner for the exhibit.
The Secure team worked with specialists from the British Museum and the National Museum of Australia to ensure that these priceless artifacts were transported undamaged. The team worked in IAG Cargo’s custom-designed and secured handling areas.
The exhibition includes more than 170 objects of art and everyday life that interpret indigenous culture, colonial history and the struggle for recognition and human rights.
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