The Broad Art Foundation is a lending resource of contemporary art drawn from the collections of two of the foremost philanthropists of our day, Eli and Edythe Broad.
With a strong desire to advance public appreciation for contemporary art, the Broads established The Broad Art Foundation in 1984 as a way to keep these works in the public domain through an enterprising loan program that makes the art available for exhibition at accredited institutions throughout the world.
Rahim Kanani: When you look at the totality of your philanthropic efforts to date, what have been some of the guiding principles of your giving? Eli Broad: I've run two Fortune 500 companies, and...more
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