Anita Zabludowicz, 2009 Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize winner Cindie Cheung and Nigel Carrington
Waste Not Want Not with Henry Coombes and Cleveland Watkiss at Kentish Town City Farm, produced as part of the Camden Cultural Olympiad
From sponsoring of exhibitions or art fairs, to assistance with equipment and advice, philanthropy is at the heart of the Zabludowicz Collections activities, below is a list of some of the organisations which we continue to work with.
Alma Street Fayre is a local community summer festival on Alma Street in Kentish Town.
The Zabludowicz Collection has participated at the Alma Street Fayre since 2009.
Artangel commissions and produces art projects in non-gallery contexts. Anita and Poju are members of the Artangel International Circle and James Lingwood, Director of Artangel, is on the Exhibitions Advisory Board for the Zabludowicz Collection.
The Zabludowicz Collection gifted a Social Interaction Bench by Danish artist Jeppe Hein to Bard College in New York.
BFAMI supports art museums in Israel. Anita was the Chair of the Board until 2008. She is currently an active member of the BFAMI and assists in their fundraising activities.
Camden Arts Centre is an international contemporary visual arts space based in north London, Anita is a trustee of Camden Arts Centre. The Zabludowicz Collection also sponsors the education programme and has organised fundraising events.
Elizabeth is a member of the Public Art Advisory Board and the Camden Creative Leaders Network. The Zabludowicz Collection was a creative partner with Camden Council as part of their Cultural Olympiad events. These included a voice and sound event at Kentish Town City Farm with HenryCoomnes and Cleveland Watkiss and Unwrapping The Present, with NO.1 Camden Park Road and Transition Belsize. The cultural Olympiad will culminate with a UK-wide festival in 2012.
Zabludowicz Collection sponsored the Garden renovation and decoration at 174 Prince of Wales Road.
Camden learning Disabilities service works with people with learning disabilities in Camden.
The Contemporary Art Society exists to support and develop public collections of Contemporary art in the UK. Anita supports the Contemporary Art Society as a Gala committee member and an honorary patron.
Cubitt is an independent organisation of exhibitions, performances, screenings, symposia, talks given by artists, critics or curators as well as educational projects. Zabludowicz Collection supports the curatorial post and exhibitions at Cubitt.
A creative partnership between Zabludowicz Collection and Hub Culture featuring Finnish artist Antti Laitinen. In the summer of 2010, Antti Laitinen constructed a vessel made of bark collected from the forest floor in Finland and sailed it across the Baltic Sea from the northern part of Finland to the shores of Estonia. His resulting video tracks this lone sea voyage, making a statement about mans' relationship to nature in the process. This work was screened in the Hub Culture Pavillions in San Francisco, Cancun and Davos.
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The Zabludowicz Collection organises ‘Testing Ground’ Education month in collaboration with MFA curating students.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts is a not-for-profit, multi-disciplinary arts centre in London. Anita and Elizabeth have both assisted in fundraising as Gala Committee members and advocates supporting the ICA
Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art presents Finnish and international contemporary art, collection displays in Finland, Poju is a Member of the Kiasma Foundation.
Staff from 176 have taken the Dinos Chapman ice cream van to the Queen’s Crescent Community Festival.
QCCA is a registered charity supporting to improve the life of residents who live and work in Camden.
RCA Curating Contemporary Art (MA) is a postgraduate programme in Britain, specialising in curatorial practice in Contemporary art, since 2008 Zabludowicz Collection has organised the ‘Testing Ground’ Education month in collaboration with the RCA Curating Contemporary Art MA students and Goldsmiths MFA curating students.
A group of unique contemporary art works by Reuven Israel, Meital Katz Minerbo, Angelika Sher and Yanai Toister, four artists based in Israel, was donated to the Sheba Medical Center by the Zabludowicz Collection in April 2011. The selection was curated by Marie Shek for the Zabludowicz Centre for Autoimmune Diseases.
The Zabludowicz Collection is the founding sponsor of the SUNDAY art fair in 2010
Tate is the national collection of art, Anita and Poju are Patrons and Anita is a Trustee of Tate Foundation and the Zabludowicz Collection has assisted in the purchase of works for the Tate Collection including Wolfgang Tillmans Concorde Grid, 1997.
Tel Aviv Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The Zabludowicz Collection has donated artworks to the museum and contributed to the catalogue sponsorship for Avner Ben Gal’s exhibition in 2008.
The Zabludowicz Collection has hosted events for Tom Stoppard and Ron Arad who received honorary doctorates from the University.
Elizabeth is a member of the Emerging Art Advisory Board; Anita is a member of their collectors circle and has spoken at numerous University of the Arts London’s students and alumni events; ‘The Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize’ was launched in 2009; the Future Map 10 exhibition will be held at 176 Prince of Wales Road as part of the Testing Ground programme in January 2011. The Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize has been founded to support a graduating student in the production of new work in the difficult first year after graduation.
The Zabludowicz Collection hosts and supports events for Well London at 176 Prince of Wales Road, including the Haverstock Carnival in 2010.
Well London is local community charity project based in the UK.
Whitechapel Gallery is an international art project gallery of modern and contemporary art in east London. The Zabludowicz Collection sponsors the Whitechapel Projects Gallery.
Zoo Art Enterprise is a non-profit organisation, sponsored by established galleries, collectors, commercial brands and arts businesses as well as public funding. The Zabludowicz Collection and Tamares were the founder sponsors of Zoo Enterprises in 2006 and have continued to support its growth and development.