J.P. Morgan is very proud to partner the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Brett Whiteley Foundation.
Brett Whiteley is clearly one of Australia’s best-known artists of the 20th century and his influence, which continues years after his death, reveals the calibre of the man and the art he is remembered for.
J.P. Morgan has a strong tradition as patron to the arts. Commencing in 1959, the strength and success of our portfolio are due to our vast collection of paintings, sculpture, works on paper and photography. This core collection is enhanced by a diverse and eclectic range of objects from every country in which we do business, offering a unique perspective on our firm’s shared culture.
Enabling the public to see Whiteley’s paintings and sculptures in the space where they were created is something that J.P. Morgan is very proud to be associated with. We believe that our success is linked to the achievements of the communities in which we operate, and that access to the arts is an integral part of a healthy society.
CEO, J.P. Morgan, Australia & New Zealand