The companies, foundations and institutions that form part of the Patronage category work with the Museo to finance activities and actively participate in the development of programmes.
A Partnership Agreement to develop the exhibition Pity and Terror. Picasso's Path to Guernica. The Community of Madrid joins the Reina Sofia Museum in the desire to contribute and support the development of major exhibitions of the highest artistic and scientific quality favoring the important offer of art in Madrid and its access to citizens.
El País is affiliated with the Museo as a Media Partner to disseminate and publicly circulate, both nationally and internationally, the image, temporary exhibitions, collections and cultural programme of the Museo. In 2017 its collaboration has been through the dissemination of the temporary exhibition Pity and Terror. Picasso's Path to Guernica.
Estrella Damm and the Damm Foundation, in line with their commitment to culture and cultural institutions, are affiliated with the Museo Reina Sofía via a Partnership Agreement to develop cultural activities in the Museo. From their beginnings, Estrella Damm and the Damm Foundation have actively assumed a position alongside all forms of artistic expression that add value to society and highlight its way of being.
In its role as a vehicle for knowledge and reflection, as well as a driving force behind new spaces for the experimentation, creation and dissemination of contemporary art, the Museo Reina Sofía is developing, in collaboration with illycaffè, the cultural programme Encounters 2017. illy has chosen the world of contemporary art to express the values and philosophy of the company, and the Museo joins illy to offer coffee tasting that stimulates dialogue among its visitors, thus fostering speech between art and culture.
A Partnership Agreement between the Museo Reina Sofía and Renfe for the national communication campaign for the exhibition Pity and Terror. Picasso’s Path to Guernica, as part of the Renfe's goal to disseminate culture to the whole society and to facilitate access to a broad variety of cultural events.