Clé is Brazil’s first contemporary art reserve. A new concept in collection management has emerged in São Paulo out of a union between two companies dedicated to cultural heritage―Chenue and Expomus―both market leaders in their respective countries, France and Brazil.

Chenue

Chenue

Chenue, specialized in the logistics and preservation of artworks, is a historic partner of professionals from the world of museums and art, whose excellence in artwork logistics is recognized throughout the world. Established in 1760 exclusively for Maria Antoinette, the firm then began to manufacture packaging and ship the clothing of monarchs, quickly becoming synonymous with tradition in services for works of art. In 1995, Chenue became part of the Horus Finance Group, which specializes in logistics services, extending the firm’s reach internationally.
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Expomus

Established in 1981, Expomus is the first Brazilian company dedicated to museological projects. An innovator in the organization of national and international exhibitions, a benchmark in the creation and revitalization of museums and in the management of collections and socio-cultural projects, it is a company recognized for its originality, quality, ethics and transparency. Domestic and international museums and cultural institutions, private and corporate collectors, and municipal, state and federal agencies are among its main partners and clients.
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