Art Patronage

Art Patronage is a vital cornerstone of cultural preservation and artistic innovation, and Dr. Farjam has exemplified this through his extensive support and collaboration with some of the world’s most prestigious museums and universities. Over the past two decades, Dr. Farjam’s commitment to nurturing the arts has not only enriched these institutions but also fostered a deeper understanding and appreciation of Islamic and Middle Eastern art across the globe. His contributions have supported numerous exhibitions, research projects, and educational programs, ensuring that diverse artistic heritages are celebrated and studied extensively. Through these partnerships, Dr. Farjam continues to play a crucial role in the dialogue between cultures and generations, making the arts accessible and relevant to a wide audience.

Dr. Farjam has been a patron of the following Museums and collaborated with the below institutions during the past two decades:

  • TATE Museum, London
  • The British Museum, London
  • The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts, London (The School of His Royal Highness Prince of Wales – now King Charles III)
  • Iran Heritage Foundation, London
  • Magic of Persia, London
  • Louvre Museum (Friends of the Louvre), Paris
  • Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles
  • Aga Khan Museum (Friends of Aga Khan Museum), Toronto
  • New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), Abu Dhabi
  • Zayed University UAE, Dubai
  • United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)