The Getty Foundation fulfills the philanthropic mission of the Getty Trust by supporting individuals and institutions committed to advancing the greater understanding and preservation of the visual arts in Los Angeles and throughout the world. Through strategic grant initiatives, the Foundation strengthens art history as a global discipline, promotes the interdisciplinary practice of conservation, increases access to museum and archival collections, and develops current and future leaders in the visual arts. It carries out its work in collaboration with the other Getty programs to ensure that they individually and collectively achieve maximum effect.
MALBA– Fundación Costantini, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, opened its doors on September 21, 2001 as a not-for profit institution featuring a permanent collection focused on Latin American Art. It is also a dynamic cultural center that constantly updates temporary exhibitions and develops cultural activities. MALBA has a major film independent program in 35mm and new releases of Argentinian young directors, and also organizes a variety of literary activities, such as encounters with writers, courses, seminars, literary talks, book presentations and other events. The Education department includes children’s, teens and adults programs, guided tours and activities carried out in conjunction with civic organizations.
Fubon Art Foundation
Fubon Art Foundation has upheld its vision of “art for all” since its establishment in 1997, driven by the mission to sponsor art promotions, launch art education programs, and improve cultural essence. The Foundation aims to bring culture, thoughts, artistic taste and new visions to the general public by organizing various cultural and art lectures, exhibitions, performances, events, seminars, academic research and publications. It also provides funding to aspiring young artists and facilitates international arts and cultural exchanges.
Established in 2007, Alserkal Avenue has grown to become an essential platform for the development of homegrown artistic and cultural initiatives, supporting a vibrant community of contemporary art galleries and alternative art spaces, together with design, media and industrial studios. Founded by Abdelmonem Bin Eisa Alserkal, it is the region’s foremost arts and culture neighbourhood. In 2015, in addition to its commitment to the community, Alserkal Avenue affirmed its position as an arts organisation with the launch of Alserkal Programming, a platform for exhibitions, public art commissions, performances, films, talks and workshops that critically and creatively investigate themes pertinent to the region’s arts community. Together, these programmes provide a platform to support the development of new ideas, open dialogue and collaboration across disciplines. Fall 2017 will mark the opening of the Alserkal Residency. Created as a platform for artistic and cultural experimentation and exchange, Alserkal Residency seeks to provide the infrastructure and support that would allow cultural practitioners to fully engage with the region.