Welcomes Support and Collaboration
The Hermitage Museum Foundation Israel welcomes support and collaboration from an individual, commercials and public enteritis, which would greatly benefit from being associated with an international cultural brand such as the State Hermitage Museum.
The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, former palace of Catherine the Great, Alexander I and Russia’s last tsar, Nicholas II. Founded by Catherine the Great in 1764, this imperial museum is a singular expression of Baroque architecture and design, a gilded showcase of nearly incomprehensible wealth, beauty and artistic achievement. The Hermitage comprises 365 rooms and some 3 million objects, a collection so vast that it would require more than a decade to spend a minute with each piece.
The State Hermitage Museum is constantly in a visible process of reinventing itself, expanding its identity to make itself contemporary. The State Hermitage Museum has drawn on the assistance of international partners and philanthropic associates to introduce its collection outside Russia’s borders and to bring more modern art and contemporary influences to St. Petersburg. The result is a bold expansion of the Hermitage brand, which celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2014.
The Hermitage Museum Foundation Israel sees a long-term possibility of establishing an ongoing cultural exchange between the State Hermitage Museum and the foremost Israeli museums, in various fields of the arts.
Join us in preserving and promoting one of the most important cultural treasures in the world, by joining the State Hermitage Museum Foundation Israel Patron of the Arts program. As a supporter of the Hermitage Museum Foundation Israel, rather than simply making a general donation, you can target your support to benefit the piece of your choice, and be recognized for your generous support while making a real difference.
All donations are tax deductible under section 46 at the Israeli law.