Mazda Australia is delighted to support Art Exhibitions Australia as they bring Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris to the Art Gallery of NSW and Australian audiences in 2011. Mazda has been a long-time supporter of the visual arts and the Picasso exhibition will represent the 13th AEA exhibition Mazda Australia has sponsored since 1994.
This exciting exhibition will showcase over 150 stunning pieces created by Pablo Picasso, a man often described as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.
Mazda is proud to be involved in bringing such an exceptional exhibition to Australia and we welcome the opportunity to share this world class exhibition with the Australian public. After enjoying many years of success in Australia we were delighted to support this exhibition
as one of the ways in which we thank the community which supports us.
We expect the Picasso exhibition to be a great success and, on behalf of Mazda, we sincerely hope that all who come to view Picasso’s work return home culturally richer for the experience.
Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young is proud to be a major sponsor of the Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
At Ernst & Young we are passionate about the arts. Our long history of supporting the arts, both nationally and globally, demonstrates our commitment to bringing significant collections to a wider audience than would otherwise see them. It is one of the ways we inspire our people, clients and communities to reach their potential.
As a long-term sponsor of the Art Gallery of NSW, we are delighted to help them bring this landmark exhibition of Picasso’s work to Sydney, and give many Australians the opportunity to view the works of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.
J.P. Morgan is proud to be a major sponsor of Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris. J.P. Morgan has a strong tradition as a patron to the arts and for more than half a century we have collected and supported arts and culture around the world with a commitment to promoting excellence, diversity and originality. J.P. Morgan is pleased to partner with the Art Gallery of NSW to provide all Australians with the opportunity to personally experience and become intimately familiar with this remarkable and expansive exhibition of Picasso’s works.
J.P. Morgan is a leading global financial services firm and through Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris is pleased to be able to continue our local and long-standing relationship with the Art Gallery of NSW, which began in 1995 and was expanded to include the firm’s principal sponsorship of the Brett Whiteley Studio in Surry Hills in 2008.
More information about the firm is available at www.jpmorgan.com.au
Singapore Airlines is proud to be supporting Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris as the principal donor. The airline is delighted to be bringing a major arts exhibition to NSW as well as carrying the largest and most significant depository of Picasso’s work to Sydney. Singapore Airlines is a major sponsor of the arts and this is the 28th time the airline has partnered with Arts Exhibition Australia to bring a major exhibition of art and antiquities to Australia. With daily A380 flights connecting Paris to Sydney, Singapore Airlines is also delighted to be welcoming the curator, members of the Picasso family and the accompanying official delegation to Sydney for the opening of the most ambitious exhibition ever undertaken by the Art Gallery of NSW.
The Picasso exhibition presents a significant opportunity for Singapore Airlines’ customers to view ‘Picasso’s Picassos’, and the airline will be hosting exclusive tours of the exhibition for its Solitaire KrisFlyer members and key stakeholders.
Singapore Airlines is Australia’s second largest international carrier and the world’s most awarded airline providing the highest quality of customer care and service in the sky. Singapore Airlines will celebrate its 45th anniversary milestone in Australia next year.