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Exhibition sponsorship

Since its inauguration in May 2015, the Hôtel de Caumont’s Art Centre has held two major exhibitions dedicated to major artists of ancient and modern art, such as Canaletto in 2015 and Turner in 2016.

This objective was attained thanks to the invaluable commitment of companies that wanted to give their generous support and establish a relation of values and trust with the Hôtel de Caumont’s Art Centre.

The Hôtel de Caumont’s endowment fund was created in 2015 to provide support for cultural activities and activities in the public interest organised in the Hôtel de Caumont Art Centre.

The donations collected by the fund are eligible for the favourable sponsorship scheme, which enables companies to benefit from considerable tax relief: 60% of the amount of the sponsorship provided by your company can be deducted from the corporate tax, within a limit of 0.5% of the turnover, exclusive of taxes.

Our collaboration is developed jointly so that the benefits we offer your company correspond perfectly with its needs:

Pass on your commitment to your collaborators and clients: invitations to exhibition openings, priority-access tickets, private exhibition visits, gifts of catalogues, and so on.

Adopt a different method of informing the general public of your values: your company will be included in all the promotional material produced for the sponsored project (press releases, urban promotion, advertisements, on-site communication, etc.).

Organise exceptional events in our reception areas: within the private mansion (seated dinners up to 170 people or cocktail parties up to 270 people) or in the historical gardens (upper gardens of 350 m2 and lower gardens of 800 m2 for private events of up to 350 people, tents can be set up).


> Mercadier, sponsor of the exhibition "Mucha, Maître de l’Art Nouveau" in 2023
Crédit Agricole Alpes Provence, sponsor of the exhibitions "Turner and Colour" in 2016, "Sisley, the Impressionnist" in 2017, "Nicolas de Staël in Provence" in 2018, "Chagall, from black and white to colour" in 2018 and "Joaquín Sorolla, Spanish lights" in 2020, "Treasures of Venice, the Cini Collection" and "Zao Wou-Ki, Night has never fallen" in 2021, and "Dufy, A passion for colour" in 2022, "Max Ernst, mondes magiques, mondes libérés" in 2023.
Société Marseillaise de Crédit, sponsor of the exhibitions "Canaletto. Rome, London, Venice" in 2015 and "Botero, a dialogue with Picasso" in 2017
Barclays, sponsor of the exhibition "Marilyn, I wanna be loved by you" in 2016
Fondation Engie, founding sponsor and sponsor for the restoration of the gardens of Hôtel de Caumont in 2015