The International Patrons Circle

ICOA | The International Circle of the Albertina Museum

It is the aim of the International Circle of the ALBERTINA Museum to support the museum in its acquisitions and in the realization of exhibitions, thereby accompanying it on its ambitious way into the future. Special focus is to be placed upon the organization of exhibitions of Russian art at the ALBERTINA Museum and, vice versa, of Austrian art in Russian art institutions.
As both a magnet for many Russian-speaking guests and a home to a first-rate collection of works of the Russian avant-garde, the ALBERTINA Museum is the place in which networking can successfully take place. You are cordially invited to become part of it!

As a member of the International Circle of the ALBERTINA Museum you will enjoy special benefits and always receive a warm welcome at the ALBERTINA Museum together with your business partners, friends, and family!
 

IFAM | International Friends of the Albertina Museum

The International Friends of the ALBERTINA Museum has been established to inform the public about the artists whose works have been preserved in the ALBERTINA Museum. Promoting scientific study and the exchange of information in these areas, IFAM also supports the museum’s acquisition of works of art. In addition, it notifies the public of upcoming exhibitions at the museum and sponsors conferences, exhibitions and symposia relating to the ALBERTINA Museum’s collections.

IFAM is intended to serve as an interdisciplinary contact and discussion platform for the mutual exchange of knowledge between the United States and Austria, with the purpose of preserving, transmitting and encouraging further study of the common cultural heritage in the tradition of the ALBERTINA Museum.
 

Become a member, support us and get involved!

For questions regarding the International Circles please contact Ms Dr Ulrike Tropper via +43 1 534 83 560 or with .

Become a Patron of the Albertina Museum | Photo © Marko Mestrovic
Become a Patron of the Albertina Museum | Photo © Marko Mestrovic