Basel -

Stiftung Brasilea

2 months ago

The Brasilea Foundation was founded to promote and disseminate Brazilian culture and art.  The establishment of the Brasilea Foundation is based on the Walter Wüthrich Collection, which arose out of the longstanding friendship between the founder Walter Wüthrich and Franz Josef Widmar.

The Foundation aims to achieve its objective through cooperation with other institutions in Brazil and Switzerland and Brazilians who have settled in the region. Therefore, it fosters cultural exchange between Switzerland and Brazil.

Artists in the permanent collection include Taciana Amorim, Jose Bechara, Heleno Bernardi, Maureen Bisilliat, Bel Borba, Jorge Borges, Carlos Bracher, Elon Brasil, Marcelo Bratke, Saint Clair Cemin, Guillermo Conte, Daniel Cucatti, Gétulio Damato, Nilda Danil, Jaqueline De Barros, João de Orleans e Bragança, Gabriel De Paiva, Manfredo De Souzanetto, Carlos Dias, Elena Dominguez Rendeiro, Maria Dundakova, Denise Feliz, Alex Flemming, Anja Ganster, Christoph Gloor, Nilda Graeser, Norma Grinberg, Ronaldo Grossman, Andreas Heiniger, Fondation Herzog, Hilal Sami Hilal, Alfredo Takashi Hisa, Stephan Hofmann, Miriam Homem de Mello, Magy Imoberdorf, Thelma Innecco, Claudia Jaguaribe, Valentin Jaquet, Regina Kemp, Boris Kossoy, Lucas Kunz, Marcia Limani, Fabia Livia de Carvalho, Mariannita Luzzati, Ana Malbouisson, Almir Mavignier, Daniel Melim, Claudia Melli, Nicole Miescher, Andrea Moccio, Carlos Roberto Muniz, Luiz Geraldo Dolino Nascimento, Oscar Niemeyer, Adalardo Nunciato Santiago, Daniel Oppliger, Haroldo Paranhos, Maria-Carmen Perlingeiro, Cristina Portella, Beat Presser, Presto Presto, Heidi Rehse, Eduardo Saretta, Tobias Sauter, Mira Schendel, Elisabeth Schiess, Orlando Geremia Schüpbach, Severino Silva, Renata Silveira, Luiz Simoes, Fifo Stricker, Evandro Teixeira, Armarinhos Teixeira, Lilian Valladares, Pierre Verger, Dora Wainer, Aloysio Zaluar, Jose Capela Zezão

Claudia Malfitano

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Milan -

Archivio Vincenzo Agnetti

2 months ago

The Vincenzo Agnetti Archive is an association established by in 2015 by the Agnetti family. It is based in Milan in Via Machiavelli 30, in the artist’s original studio. The Archive is a place of study, conservation, acquisition and scientific cataloging of the documentation relating to the artist’s works and life in order to be used by the public, both nationally and internationally. It then promotes the collection, publication, dissemination of works, writings, documents, data, testimonies, news and any other material concerning the artistic production and life of Vincenzo Agnetti. The space is used for exhibitions, ideas, proposals, initiatives and research in tune with Agnetti’s train of thought.

 

Lara Morrell

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Milan -

Fondazione Sozzani

2 months ago

The Foundation was established by Carla Sozzani in 2016. It aims at promoting culture, photography, fashion as well as fine and applied arts. It has also assumed the patronage of the Galleria Carla Sozzani and the activities that the gallery supported for the past 28 years.

Elena Scarpa

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  • Fondazione Sozzani Milan Fondazione Sozzani Milan
Milan -

Fondazione Adolfo Pini

2 months ago

Founded in 1991 by the will of Adolfo Pini (1920-1986), the Foundation that bears his name is based in Milan in the elegant building of the late nineteenth century in Corso Garibaldi.

By the will of Adolfo Pini the Foundation is dedicated to the memory of his uncle, of which he is the sole heir, and has the following missions: the promotion and enhancement of the work of the painter Renzo Bongiovanni Radice, through studies and exhibitions, and the support for young artists active in all the arts, through scholarships, training offers and other initiatives.

Elena Scarpa

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  • Fondazione Adolfo Pini Milan Fondazione Adolfo Pini Milan
Milan -

Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli

2 months ago

The mission of the foundation is to promote research in economics, politics, history and social science.

The foundation’s new venue in Viale Pasubio in Milan was opened with the specific aim of becoming a platform to promote dialogue and provide a network of contacts and a space for constructive working and listening.

The Foundation has a library and archive with thousands of international volumes and journals.

 

Elena Scarpa

  • Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Milan Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Milan
  • Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Milan Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Milan
New York -

The Easton Foundation

3 months ago

The Easton Foundation was established by Louise Bourgeois in the 1980s as a non-profit and charitable organization. The artist’s collection was donated in 2010 when the artist died.
The foundation is dedicated to Bourgeois’s legacy. Serving to promote the scholarship and awareness of Bourgeois’s life and art, the Foundation aims to cultivate new interpretations of her work while providing a deeper understanding of her artistic process and creative milieu.

The Louise Bourgeois Archive includes personal writings, letters, family photographs, exhibition announcements, and diaries. These papers offers unique insight to Bourgeois’s various artistic motivations and the ways in which they were manifested in her art.

Please note that Louise Bourgeois’s home is t accessible by the general public by reservation only.

Carla Ingrasciotta

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  • The Easton Foundation The Easton Foundation
New York -

Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

3 months ago

The CPPC was founded in the 1970s by Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Gustavo A. Cisneros and has two venues, one in New York City and in Caracas. Its mission is to enhance appreciation of the diversity, sophistication, and range of art from Latin America, and to advance scholarship of the material culture of the Ibero-American world, ranging from the ethnographic to the contemporary.

Lara Morrell

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  • Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros
New York -

Broken kilometer

3 months ago

The Broken Kilometer” by Dia Art Foundation is located at 393 West Broadway in New York City, and is a long -term view by Walter de Maria since 1979.

It is composed of 500 highly polished, round, solid brass rods, placed in five parallel rows of 100 rods each. The sculpture weighs 18 3/4 tons and would measure 3,280 feet if all the elements were laid end-to-end. This work is the companion piece to De Maria’s 1977 “Vertical Earth Kilometer” at Kassel, Germany.

Lara Morrell

  • Walter De Maria, Walter De Maria, "The Broken Kilometer", 1979. © The Estate of Walter De Maria. Photo: Jon Abbott
New York -

The Emily Harvey Foundation

3 months ago

The Emily Harvey Foundation offers a residency program for international artists both in New York and its second venue in Venice

Carla Ingrasciotta

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  • Emily Harvey Foundation Emily Harvey Foundation
Hong Kong -

chi art space – K11 Art Foundation

3 months ago

Located at the heart of Hong Kong, the chi art space (Central, Hong Kong) is committed to the thriving art scene in the city. The space provides flexibility to art and educational programmes, including workshops, exhibitions, screenings and more. Located in Central, the space is an alternate venue providing cultural offerings amidst the dense built environment.

Claudia Malfitano

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