Our Partners

Partners within the worlds of industry and commerce are very important to the Fondation Beyeler. Through their commitment to the arts, our partners help ensure the sustainability of the Fondation’s arts provision and educational programme. If you are interested in supporting the Fondation Beyeler on a partner basis, please contact us. We look forward to hearing your ideas.

Our partnerships are individually tailored to the needs of our sponsors. This enables us to achieve strategic goals in the most effective way possible.

Public Funds

Main Partners



American Friends of Fondation Beyeler
Artephila Foundation, AVC Charity Foundation
artEDU Foundation
Ernst Göhner Foundation
L. + Th. La Roche Stiftung
LUMA Foundation
Max Kohler Stiftung
Mondriaan Fund
Walter Haefner Foundation
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
Tarbaca Indigo Foundation

Media Partners

Corporate Membership

Thanks to the support of Corporate Members, the Fondation Beyeler can offer an attractive exhibition and art education programme that meets the very highest standards.

Show your commitment to a vibrant cultural environment and support our exhibition programme by becoming a Corporate Member. Your staff, clients and business partners will have the chance to enjoy exhibitions and events in one of the most beautiful modern art museums. Further information is available in our Corporate Membership brochure.

With grateful thanks to our Corporate Members:

Albrecht Catering
Baumann & Cie
Burckhardt + Partner AG
Christie’s International
Cofely AG
Crystal Asset Management AG
Kraft E.L.S. AG
Malerwerkstätten Heinrich Schmid GmbH & Co. KG
Manor AG
MCH Messe Schweiz AG
Musfeld AG
Steudler Press


If you would like to talk to us about options for partnering the Fondation Beyeler, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Julia Meyer
phone: +41 (0)61 645 97 50

The Acanthes project
The Acanthes project

A restoration project in collaboration with Nationale Suisse. Its aim is to support scholarly research into and the conservation of Henri Matisse’s Acanthes, 1953.

Claude Monet, Nymphéas, 1916 - 1919

Works in the Beyeler Collection.