ProThe Fundación Juan March is an active, family-run cultural heritage institution created by the financier Juan March Ordinas in 1955 with the mission of promoting culture in Spain, with no other commitment than the quality of its offerings and the benefit of the communities it serves. Over the years, the ever-changing social needs have inspired, with the same core identity, two different acting models. During two decades, it was a foundation of grants. Now, it is an operating foundation with its own programs, organized on a long-term basis and always free of charge, designed to spread confidence in the principles of humanism in a time of uncertainty and opportunity, increased by the acceleration of technological progress. The Foundation produces exhibitions as well as concert and lecture series. Its headquarters in Madrid houses a library devoted to contemporary Spanish music and theater. It owns and operates the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español in Cuenca and the Museu Fundación Juan March in Palma de Mallorca. Promotes scientific research through the Instituto Mixto Carlos III/Juan March de Ciencias Sociales at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid.
Calle de Castelló 77 Madrid S-28006 Spain.
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