The M.T. Abraham Foundation does not lend to private individuals. All institutions applying for loans should contact the registrar identified at the bottom of this page. Loans are contingent upon the requirements listed on our Loan Protocols and Policies page. For exhibitions or research projects, a minimum of three months is required to process requests. Loans of a greater magnitude may require six months or more. The process begins when the Foundation’s registrar receives a written loan application (see Loan Application) with all required information and documentation.
To process your loan, the following is required on your Loan Application
- A list of objects requested for the loan.
- A Formal Letter of Request addressed on institutional letterhead.
- A Completed M.T. Abraham Foundation Loan Application.
- Exhibit Guidelines signed by the Borrower’s director or chief curator.
The M.T. Abraham Foundation Loan Policies, Exhibition Loan Application Form, Cultural Collections Research, Loan Application Form and Exhibit Guidelines are found on this web site at the forms section. Applications and inquires should be sent to our curatorial department. If the borrower does not know the specific objects to request, please contact the appropriate curator or the registrar for a comprehensive list of the collection or of a particular artist or request an appointment to review the collection.
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