Partners and sponsors of the MMK
The MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main is one of the world’s most important museums for contemporary art, and has in its comparatively short history come to occupy a firm place in the international museum scene. From the very outset the MMK has relied on the support of sponsors and friends. Today, the Museum can look back on almost 20 years of successfully working together with both national and international corporations, not to mention individual sponsors. Our PARTNER and 9+10+11-FUND sponsorship models create a flexible, sound and lasting basis for the further expansion of the Collection, and consequently enduringly strengthen the quality, diversity and incomparable profile of the MMK.
Bloomberg, DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale, Ernst Max von Grunelius-Stiftung, Europäische Zentralbank, Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen, Stefan Quandt, UBS Deutschland AG
The partners of the MMK support a sponsorship model that is unique in Germany. Over the space of three years, each of these corporations commits a sum of EUR 40,000 a year to the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt/Main for the latter to use. The City of Frankfurt matches this, by making the same amount available to the MMK in the framework.
Heidi und Frank F. Beelitz, Jürgen Conzelmann, Ulrike Crespo, Prof. Dr. Christian Duve, Ernst & Young GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Stifung Giersch, Goldman Sachs, Andreas Hübner und Martina Heß-Hübner, Dr. Thomas Jetter, Lyson Architekten und Ingenieure, B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co., Oliver Puhl, Andrea und Dr. Christian Tappeiner, Prof. Peter Wesner and others.
By participating in the 9+10+11 Fund, individual sponsors and companies commit themselves to the ongoing expansion of the MMK Collection. In doing so, they share their passion for art with all those interested in art and their generous support enables the constant expansion of the Collection. Every Fund member pays a total of EUR 30,000 spread over three years (1st year: EUR 9,000, 2nd year: EUR 10,000, 3rd year: EUR 11,000) into the Fund, which is used exclusively for the acquisition of new works for the MMK Collection.