Since its establishment in 2002, the GAA Foundation has become an important measure in the organisation of worldwide contemporary art and architecture exhibitions, especially in Venice, Italy. Documenting the current developments in art and architecture in four beautiful Venetian Palaces as an official part of the Venice Biennale, the Foundation’s exhibitions offer extensive resources for a wide range of international visitors, year-round. Annually we organise at least four major exhibitions in Venice; several books and exhibition catalogues are published each year; comprehensive educational programs are offered continually. Additionally, we award once a year the GAA Foundation Prize.
Click here to see the PDF information sheet regarding Architecture Exhibition sponsors
Click here to see the PDF information sheet regarding Art Exhibition sponsors
For further information, please call Rene Rietmeyer at +39 340 5300 437.
ABOUT THE GAA-FOUNDATION
The GAA-Foundation was founded in 2002 in New York, USA. Since 2009, the Foundation is based in Leiden, the Netherlands with a branch in Venice, Italy. Since 2002 the GAA-Foundation has organised 26 contemporary art exhibitions and 6 symposia in Japan, USA and different European countries. We extensively publish about all our enterprises in art books and magazines. In addition, we support and encourage as well as enable, the creation of artworks by certain artists and undertake joint projects with them. By all our activities, publications, exhibitions and symposia, all artists participating always are in direct contact with us and actively involved. The GlobalArtAffairs Foundation works in close cooperating with the Dutch curators Karlyn De Jongh and Sarah Gold as well as with the Dutch artist Rene Rietmeyer.
The GAA-Foundation is registered by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Leiden as a Non-Profit organisation. The GAA-Foundation is legally advised and supported in the Netherlands, Haarlem, by notary Adriaan Helmig and in Italy, Venice, by Francesco Adami from Studio Legale Palmer. The authorised spokesperson for the GlobalArtAffairs Foundation is Emma Sarah Puschel.
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