We provide cataloguing and art consulting services to private, corporate and institutional collectors across Canada. 

Based in Toronto with teams in Vancouver and Halifax, K+D catalogues, manages and advises on art collections valued between $100,000 and $20 million, and ranging in size from fewer than 100 pieces to upwards of 3,000 artworks and objects. Whether you are an established or emerging collector, we can work with you to realize the potential of your art assets — allowing you to collect with confidence.



We are the only company in Canada that offers full-range cataloguing services, and the only firm that produces museum-quality archives and documentation for private and corporate collectors looking to organize and protect their art collections.



We help clients with the day-to-day management of their collections. This includes managing art inventory in a digital database, advising on collection care and maintenance, and facilitating work such as loans, art rotations, and installations.



We advise on and facilitate art acquisitions, deaccessions, and art display such as placements, lighting and framing. We also work with our corporate clients to develop and implement national art strategies and curatorial programs.

What are the benefits of art cataloguing?

We provide peace of mind by ensuring your art collection is organized, documented and primed for:

– Estate Planning
– Insurance
– Collection Management
– Selling or Donating Artwork


We are art stewards.

Art collection management is our forte.

I worked in the contemporary art world for almost two decades before moving to the museum and cultural sector. I know firsthand that prior to Kalaman + Demetriou, there was no readily accessible collections management service available to collectors. K+D has grown a needed service into an enterprise that helps collectors across Canada.
— Sherri Kajiwara, Director|Curator, Nikkei National Museum


Did you know...

We work with our private and corporate clients to organize art events, tours, talks, and educational seminars to help you tell the story of your art collection — how it was built, what it includes, and why it matters.


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Image courtesy of Gluskin Sheff + Associates. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid.