First of all, private and public cultural institutions must be differentiated. In the European/UK model, high levels of accountability are levied on museums because public trust is tied to public funding. The OHD museum is primarily a private initiative. The OHD museum is not funded by tax payers’ money. OHD pays for the works in his collections, keeps the museum running and maintains the artworks in good condition. On account of his recent museum opening and his leadership in the Indonesian collecting field, what OHD has is moral accountability, not a legal obligation to account for his collection.