Corporate Partnerships

Fallen Tree, YMER&MALTA / Benjamin Graindorge (2011) © Beowulf Sheehan

Fallen Tree, YMER&MALTA / Benjamin Graindorge (2011) © Beowulf Sheehan

With a team of cultural experts present in 10 major American cities and supported by the highest levels of the French government, Villa Albertine offers unique opportunities for corporate partners to reach a wide variety of global audiences and connect with enthusiastic supporters of culture across disciplines, including the fine and performing arts, film, new media, literature, and cultural heritage. 

We work with our corporate partners to develop unique alliances around shared objectives that provide crucial support for Villa Albertine projects and programs. Initiatives supported by our corporate partners have served to promote diversity and inclusion in the arts, as well as expand the accessibility of culture to new audiences.    

We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of our corporate partners, whose support plays a major role in forging new relationships between France, the Francophone world, and the United States.   


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For further information about partnering with Villa Albertine, please contact Director of Partnerships & Development Caite Panzer.    

In partnership with


Chanel is a key supporter of Étant donnés Contemporary Art, a professional program of Villa Albertine.

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Van Cleef & Arpels

Founded at Paris' 22 Place Vendôme in 1906, Van Cleef & Arpels came into being following Estelle Arpels' marriage to Alfred Van Cleef in 1895. With a blend of inventiveness and poetry, Van Cleef & Arpels perpetuates a highly distinctive style. Its selection of exceptional gems that instill an emotion, and the savoir-faire of its craftsmen, have given birth to enchanting jewelry and watchmaking collections. Whether inspired by nature, couture, dance or imaginary worlds, the Maison opens the gate to a timeless universe of beauty and harmony. Van Cleef & Arpels' constant commitment to creation also finds expression in its various activities as a partner and patron in the cultural field. Reflecting the Maison's attachment to values of transmission and sharing, these initiatives take place in sectors that it holds dear: they include heritage protection, fine and decorative arts, design, dance and poetry. 


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