The Quadriennale was established in 1927 through a resolution issued by the...Read more
board of directors
Lorenzo Micheli Gigotti
board of auditors
Ottavio De Marco, president
Nicola Di Lascio
Giuseppe Molinaro, deputy auditor
The Quadriennale is based in the monumental Villa Carpegna complex. Within this complex, the Casino Nobile houses the head office of the institution. The 19th-century farmhouse houses the Library Archive. The 19th-century Casale was restored even more recently in 2005. The Villa, in the heart of the Aurelio district behind St Peter’s, dates back to the late 17th century. The public park that surrounds it still bears traces of its original paths and outlines of fountains and nymphaeums typical of suburban villas of ‘delights’.
As part of its external relations policies, 2020 saw the Quadriennale establish a procedure for granting patronage, as a sign of further openness to proposals for cultural enhancement coming from non-profit organisations. Within this context, patronage is intended as a form of formal recognition aimed at expressing symbolic support for initiatives produced by third parties. For the Quadriennale, the granting of patronage is one of the “tools for fostering organic contact among the Foundation, the national and international cultural system, the relevant operators and the public” (Art. 3 of the Statute).
Patronage may be granted for initiatives such as exhibitions, reviews, publications, seminars, study days, conferences, research, etc.. Preference is given to the coverage of key figures and/or events in the history of the Institution, as documented in the Archive Library. The granting of patronage is regulated by a set of rules establishing the application procedure, the requirements for applicants and initiatives. The granting of patronage by the Board of Directors of the Quadriennale does not give the right to financial contributions from the Foundation. For further information: email@example.com.
The Quadriennale, which is a private-law body under public control overseen by the Italian Ministry of Culture, identifies sponsors in compliance with Articles 19 and 151 of Italian Legislative Decree No. 50 of 18 April 2016 and subsequent amendments and additions, which contain the Public Contracts Code.
Being a sponsor of the Quadriennale’s cultural initiatives affords opportunities for communication, marketing and Corporate Social Responsibility, with the possibility of developing new and creative projects that meet the needs and strategies of the partners. Should you require further information and wish to initiate a dialogue with a view to proposing an agreement, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to contact you as soon as possible. However, we are already providing basic guidelines on how to submit expressions of interest. All interested parties can send their proposals to the email@example.com by providing details of the proposer, indications on the subject of the sponsorship (including annual partnership, sponsorship of the Foundation’s sectors or areas of activity, sponsorship of the Art Quadriennale) and the financial and technical nature of the sponsorship. In the event of a single expression of interest, the Foundation reserves the right to proceed with direct negotiations. In the case of multiple bids, should these not be compatible, the Foundation will proceed by restricted invitational negotiation in which the conditions of participation and the award criteria will be detailed.