Working together with highly qualified artists, led to Aegon establishing an art policy and in 1991 an external advisor was appointed. In the past only two-dimensional art was collected. Following the renovation of Aegon’s head office in The Hague, the environment lent itself to three-dimensional art.
Although art is collected from a broad range of disciplines, an emphasis on the themes ‘people’ and ‘nature’ can be observed running through the collection.
Aegon’s art collection is by no means an exclusive affair for experts and enthusiasts, but is accessible to everyone who sees art as a source of inspiration for thinking and acting creatively.