MoMA is proud to thank its major partners, whose generosity and dedication to our mission make possible so many important programs at both the Museum and MoMA PS1. We’ve been thrilled to work with these generous partners to develop innovative and targeted collaborations with highly customized benefits.

Learn more about our most important partnerships.


The conservation and presentation of the collection is made possible by Bank of America, MoMA’s opening partner.

The reopening of MoMA’s inspired space, as well as several special exhibitions, are sponsored by Bank of America. Bank of America has partnered with The Museum of Modern Art to provide fundamental support for several exhibitions, including Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs and Surrounds: 11 Installations. As part of the Bank of America Art Conservation Project, we have also supported the conservation of many cultural treasures, including three Jackson Pollock paintings and Henri Matisse’s La Piscine (The Swimming Pool). At Bank of America, we believe in the power of the arts to help economies thrive, educate and enrich societies, and create greater cultural understanding. Our Arts & Culture Program provides support, sponsorships, and grants to more than 2,000 nonprofit cultural institutions each year.


Media and Performance at MoMA is made possible by Hyundai Card.

Hyundai Card makes possible MoMA’s most groundbreaking media and performance programs through the Hyundai Card Performance Series. Established in 2019 to enable the Museum’s unparalleled commitment to media and live arts, the series supports experimental projects in the Kravis Studio, the galleries, and beyond.

A partner of the Museum since 2006, Hyundai Card has provided key support for over 40 transformative exhibitions including Picasso Sculpture, Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity, and Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done.

Hyundai Card is a leader premium credit card company based in Seoul, Korea, that aims to provide customers with unparalleled access to premium products and cultural services through a philosophy of inspiration through design, music, and the arts.


Allianz is MoMA’s proud partner for design and innovation.

Allianz has been a partner of The Museum of Modern Art since 2016, bringing together MoMA’s global audiences to engage with the most groundbreaking contemporary art of today. Since 2019, Allianz has partnered with the Museum to realize a roster of programs and initiatives at the intersection of contemporary design and innovation. Through a series of exhibitions, MoMA’s Research & Development program, MoMA and MoMA PS1’s Young Architects Program, and more Allianz celebrates visionary architecture and design through new lenses that explore scenarios for a better, more sustainable and inclusive tomorrow. Allianz is one of the world’s largest financial services companies with headquarters in Munich, Germany. Since 1890, Allianz has offered pioneering solutions in insurance and asset management to customers around the world.


Volkswagen of America is proud to be MoMA’s lead partner of education.

Since 2011, Volkswagen Group of America has been a major partner of The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1, providing crucial support for MoMA’s groundbreaking digital learning activities, a wide range of more than 30 exhibitions, award-winning educational programs, special event programming, and other initiatives. They’ve given MoMA the chance to reach a truly worldwide audience of learners, connect visitors with living artists, leverage emerging technologies, and further illuminate the richness of MoMA’s collection. Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VWGoA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and the largest carmaker in Europe.


Free public admission every Friday night is made possible by UNIQLO.

UNIQLO has been a major partner with MoMA in its mission to make art accessible to all by providing free public access to the museum and broadening cultural impact. Since 2013, over 2 million visitors have enjoyed complimentary admission to MoMA’s collection, exhibitions, and film screenings on Friday nights. MoMA and UNIQLO have also collaborated since 2014 on ‘MoMA Special Edition’ apparel and accessories inspired by artists in MoMA’s collection, creating new audiences for art. As a leading Japanese apparel designer and retailer, UNIQLO is guided by Lifewear, clothing designed to make everyone’s life better. It is simple, high-quality, everyday apparel with a practical sense of beauty, ingenious in detail, thought through with life’s needs in mind, and always evolving.


Access and Community Programs are supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

SNF is proud to be a longstanding partner of the Museum of Modern Art. A private, international philanthropic organization, SNF seeks to increase access to the arts, which, at their most fundamental level, help us understand ourselves and connect with our humanity. SNF supports MoMA in its mission to be a model for how cultural organizations can enable people of all backgrounds and abilities to experience their collections and activities in full depth and breadth.


MoMA Audio is supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Since 2005, The Museum of Modern Art has offered one of the largest inclusive distributions of an art museum audio tour worldwide. Bloomberg’s generosity and ongoing dedication to innovation and enhanced visitor experiences in cultural institutions all over the world has allowed the Museum to be a leader in developing new and exciting methods of content development and distribution while adapting to the rapidly changing digital landscape. Bloomberg Philanthropies’ mission is to ensure better, longer lives for the greatest number of people. The organization focuses on five key areas for creating lasting change: Public Health, Environment, Education, Government Innovation and the Arts.