Art needs to be alive. Which means it has to come out and play. Besides curating and setting up exhibitions, The Phoebus Foundation
also regularly gives objects on loan to museums or collaborates in other ways with both national and international museums. In 2020 The Phoebus Foundation presents its top pieces from the late Middle Ages to the Early Baroque in Tallinn, Estonia. This is the first stop of a travelling exhibition which will be presented at other places afterwards.
The Phoebus Foundation also engages in research. It has collaborated on a number of research projects with the prestigious Hamilton Kerr Institute (Cambridge), The Courtauld Institute (London) and KIK-IRPA (Brussels).