The Arts

The Arts
  • Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami Florida - Holding Capital loaned numerous prints and objects from its art collection for a 2014 exhibition.

  • The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) – New York – patron for the archive of Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE). Committee member of The Prints and Illustrated Books Department. MOMA has been important in developing and collecting modernist art, and is often identified as the most influential museum of modern art in the world. The museum's collection offers an unparalleled overview of modern and contemporary art.

  • Jedd Novatt, Sculptor. A long established relationship with internationally known sculptor Jedd Novatt has resulted in the gifting of two monumental sculptures in honor of founder Sash Spencer. 

  • Shanghai Expo 2010: “The Lotus Series.” Twelve digital prints of images taken by artist Robert Rauschenberg in China in the 1980’s. The last major work of Rauschenberg, the Prints were exhibited in the Shanghai Pavilion during the Expo and then given to the People of Shanghai in a goodwill gesture. Accompanying the prints was a limited edition art book designed by Edwin Schlossberg and printed in English and Chinese by ULAE.

  • Fred Jones, Jr. Museum - University of Oklahoma. Holding Capital has maintained an art collection since its inception. Selections from this collection are on loan to the Museum. In 2011 a gift of Rauschenberg’s “The Lotus Series” was given to the Museum in Sash Spencer’s name.

  • Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Miami, Florida – showcasing dance, music and drama, the Arsht Center is a center of culture in Miami.

  • Cleveland Orchestra Residency Program. Designed to bring the cultural benefits of a world-class philharmonic orchestra to Miami, the program also includes interactive educational programs with schools and institutions in Miami.

  • Miami City Ballet, Miami Beach, Florida.  An American ballet company whose mission is to produce and present the highest level of dance performances, train young aspiring dancers and develop Miami City Ballet School into a leader of dance education.