“Susanna and the Elders” by Rubens.
Painting was restored through the patronage of Fundación Callia.

Ibero-American Patronage Awards

Recognises every year the labour of two art patrons: one Spanish and one Latin American, that stand out for their ethical and moral convictions, and for the courage to act in accordance with them. Adding, in addition, the generosity and humility to accept this recognition, helping the Awards themselves to inspire, with their example, that other men and women get involved with their same conviction in the conservation, promotion and dissemination of the heritage and artistic talent of Ibero-America.

Jury

EUGENIA DE LA TORRIENTE

Deputy General Manager of “El País”

CARMEN GAITÁN

Director of the National Museum of Art of Mexico

MAX HOLLEIN

Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York

CARMEN IGLESIAS

Director of the Royal Academy of History

TOMÁS MARCO

Director of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando

RICARDO MARTÍ FLUXÁ

Diplomat and Entrepreneur

CARMEN POSADAS

Writer

CARMEN REVIRIEGO

President of Fundación Callia

The awardees

Art for equality

The Ibero-American Patronage Awards also serve as a platform to promote equality in art.

Every year the awarded of the Ibero-American Patronage Awards receives an artwork from an emerging artist as a recognition to their labour as art patrons.