Meet our Patrons

Meet our Patrons

We are truly grateful for the generosity of those who have shown their faith in MAP so far. Your contributions are fundamental to the Museum and we would not be able to continue on this journey without them.

MAP is supported by private patrons, corporate sponsors, grant-giving organisations and The Museum of Art & Photography Foundation, Inc., an independent affiliate of the Foundation in the United States.

Founding Patrons

MAP’s Founding Patrons have all given a minimum of USD 1 million to the museum. They currently include:

Citi Puneet & Avantika Dalmia
HT Parekh – HDFC RIST
Infosys Foundation Sasken Technologies Ltd
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Sunil Kant Munjal
Manipal Foundation Sir Dorabji Tata Trusts
Mphasis F1 Foundation Wipro Foundation

 

Founding Circle

MAP’s Founding Circle members have all given a minimum of INR 1 million to the museum. They currently include:

Anmol S. & Surjit K. Mahal Prashanth Prakash
Aprameya Radhakrishna Rahul & Lavina Baldota
Arjun and Anu Agarwal Ramani Sastri
Ashok & Pooja Reddy Roopa & GV Ravishankar
Atul Agarwal Saranya Gogineni
Barbara Levy Kipper Samit Ghosh
Centum Electronics Limited Sandhya & Ananth Narayanan
FedEx Sangeeta & Mahendran Balachandran
Ford Foundation Sanjeev Bikhchandani (Anonymous)
Gaurav & Priyanjili Goel Som & Vidhu Mittal
Geeta Khandelwal Sonata Software
Harsh Neotia Susan Whitehead
In memory of Kavita & Satish Sanghi Tariq Ansari
In memory of KP Poddar Vani Kola
Jayshree and US Bhartia VT & Sree
Mariam Ram Yogen Dalal
Mindtree  

 

Art Collection Donors

Abha Dalmia Premilla and Jagat Baid
Adrian Wilson Richa & Jamshed Chinoy
Anjali Mahendra Suresh Punjabi/Studio Suhag
Anju Poddar The Family of Jaithirth Rao
Anmol S. & Surjit K. Mahal The Family of TS Satyan
Barbara Levy Kipper The JP Singhal Photography Collection
Deepak Puri The Travellers Collection
Harsha and Srilata Reddy Uma Rao
Jyoti Bhatt Umah Agarwal
Kenneth Robbins Usha Rajgarhia
Michael Abbott Waswo X Waswo

 

In-Kind Donors

The following companies and individuals have gifted substantial materials and services to the construction and interiors of the museum, including specialist equipment and artworks:

Accenture Kirloskar Electric Company
Alufit Kone
Akzonobel Microsoft
Djena Sunavala OpEzee
Euclideon Holographics Prashant Bhatnagar
Facebook Saint Gobain
Featherlite Office Furniture Somany Ceramics
Jamshyd & Pheroza Godrej Sonata Software
JSL Foundation Xarpie

 

If you are interested in supporting MAP, please reach out to MAP’s Head of Development, Carolina Artegiani at carolina.artegiani@map-india.org

Why Support MAP

Why Support MAP

MAP’s vision is to make the arts accessible for all and to use the arts to encourage humanity, empathy and a deeper understanding of the world we live in. Find out why we need your help.

Major Giving

Major Giving

Donations and support from individuals, corporate organisations and foundations help us build long-standing relationships through which we can together work towards making the art world all the more exciting and connected to society.

Name a Seat

Name a Seat

Have your name, or that of a loved one, engraved on a seat in the Mazumdar-Shaw Auditorium at MAP!

MAP's Founding Patrons

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Green and brown lettering against a white background saying 'avanee foundation' there is a green logo above avanee shape of a kite with curved sides.
Blue lettering spelling CITI against a white background with a red arch over the ITI
Mphasis in black lettering white background with foundation in light blue. F1 on the right side two unclosed triangles other on the left side, in pink and green.
Dark blue lettering against a white background saying wipro all lower case letters. concentric circles of dots in rainbow colours.
Orange and black lettering saying Manipal foundation against a black background with an orange logo on the right side.
Grey lettering against white says infosys foundation. A column image below foundation two hands clasped in a circle above the word infosys.
Purple lettering saying SASKIN against a white background. There is an orange prism above the lettering.
  • Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
  • Sunil Kant Munjal