EY sponsors Tate's Pablo Picasso 1932 exhibition
Pablo Picasso - The Dream, 1932. Image courtesy of pablopicasso.org
Following the highly successful exhibition 'Impressionists in London', EY is now sponsoring 'Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame and Tragedy' which opens on 8th March this year.
This is the first solo Pablo Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern, which brings together over 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings mixed with family photographs with rare glimpses of his personal life.
Three of his extraordinary paintings, featuring his lover Marie-Therese Walter are shown together for the first time since they were created over a period of just five days in March 1932.
Michel Driessen, who is sponsoring Partner of the extensive arts programme at EY UK & I and who oversees a large multi-year flagship partnership with Tate, will be speaking at our Future Cities Forum on 25th January at RIBA, London, alongside the Director of Hepworth Wakefield, Simon Wallis and the Head of Art and Curator at the Queen's House, Royal Museums Greenwich, Christine Riding.
EY's support extends to multiple high-profile museums and galleries across London and the UK & I and Michel also serves on the Corporate Advisory Board of the V&A.
Michel is Senior Partner in the Transaction Advisory Services of Ernst & Young UK. He is a specialist in providing professional advice for complex, cross-border transactions and operational restructuring assignments and has over 30 years of experience. Prior to EY he has worked in blue chip companies in senior executive positions.