Supporting and accompanying social-humanitarian projects in favor of cultural and educational development since October 1999.
The Brownstone Foundation was created in 1999 by Gilbert Brownstone, with the purpose of supporting, accompanying and promoting social and solidarity actions in favor of the cultural development and education of peoples. As part of its actions, the Brownstone Foundation is characterized by the creation of artistic exhibitions and events, aiding the production and promotion of the visual arts, with a special emphasis on Latin American art and especially Cuban art.
The Brownstone Foundation has collaborated with the following institutions: Armory Art Center, Atelier Calder, New York Lives Arts, CNAP; Clement Foundation; Havana Biennial; Norton Museum of Arts; Center Pompidou, Musée National d'Art Moderne, National Museum of Fine Arts of Cuba, MAMCO Geneve.
Likewise, the Brownstone Foundation currently has in its arsenal a collection of modern and contemporary Cuban art, and has previously made donations of artistic collections to institutions such as the Center Pompidou (Paris, France), Norton Museum of Art (Forida, United States ); the Museum of Modern Art MoMA (New York, United States); the Concrete Art Space (Mouans Sartoux-France), the Wilfredo Lam Contemporary Art Center (Havana, Cuba) and the National Museum of Fine Arts of Cuba, MNBA.