Help the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp to live up to its social responsibilities.
Did you know that the KMSKA has is renowned because of its
Rubens collection and
Flemish Primitives and that the museum has the most important
Ensor collection and the largest
Rik Wouters collection in the world? Did you know that the museum exhibits a rich
collection of Flemish expressionists and that you can see top works by
Auguste Rodin and
Amedeo Modigliani? And did you know that the KMSKA is the largest museum in
Flanders with an average of more than 150,000 visitors a year?
In order to fulfil its social goals and to transform from a government institution into a modern enterprise, the museum depends on dynamic participation by the public and lively interaction with the business world. Therefore the KMSKA appeals to ‘good citizenship’ and the solidarity of the world of entrepreneurs in the shape of structural partnerships or project-linked sponsoring.
Our structural sponsors
Our project sponsors
- Deep Fountain by Cristina Iglesias was constructed in association with the Flemish Government, the Province of Antwerp, the City of Antwerp, AWW, KBC and Vooruitzicht NV. We would also like to thank the Robbrecht and Daem architects’ office and PWC NV for their support.
- The façade lighting was installed with the support of the Friends of the KMSKA, the City of Antwerp and EPMC NV.
- The restoration of The Triptych of the Seven Sacraments by Rogier van der Weyden took place with the support of the Baillet Latour Fund and SD Worx.
- Christ with singing and musical angels by Hans Memling is being restored with the help of the Friends of the KMSKA and Interbuild NV.
Interested in sponsoring the museum?
Help the museum to fulfil its social goals. In exchange we can offer you a nocturne in our Rubens room. Or how would you like a room with your name?
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