We’re Transparent

Fundación Escultor Daniel is financed through private contributions made by individuals, companies and other organisations. We guarantee the transparency of those contributions by complying with the obligations established by applicable legislation.

Donations made to the Foundation may be tax-deductible. The Foundation is subject to the Spanish law on patronage (Law 49/2002 of 23 December). Natural persons are allowed to deduct 50% of the first €150 donated (75% starting in 2016) and 30% or 32.5% of amounts over €150 (35% starting in 2016) from their Spanish personal income tax (IRPF) for the 2015 fiscal year (per contributing entity/year when any donations to entities benefiting from patronage were made). Total deduction amounts will depend on how much was donated to the Foundation over the previous two years.

If the donating entities are legal persons, the deduction allowed on Spanish corporate tax is set at 35% or 37.5% (40% from 2016), also depending on the total amount donated to the Foundation over the last two years. This data on tax deductions is for informational purposes only. The Foundation will not be held responsible for its incorrect use.

The Foundation’s accounts are deposited with the Spanish Protectorado de Fundaciones in compliance with the applicable legislation.

Escultor Daniel Escultor Daniel

We’re Transparent

Fundación Escultor Daniel is financed through private contributions made by individuals, companies and other organisations. We guarantee the transparency of those contributions by complying with the obligations established by applicable legislation.

Donations made to the Foundation may be tax-deductible. The Foundation is subject to the Spanish law on patronage (Law 49/2002 of 23 December). Natural persons are allowed to deduct 50% of the first €150 donated (75% starting in 2016) and 30% or 32.5% of amounts over €150 (35% starting in 2016) from their Spanish personal income tax (IRPF) for the 2015 fiscal year (per contributing entity/year when any donations to entities benefiting from patronage were made). Total deduction amounts will depend on how much was donated to the Foundation over the previous two years.

If the donating entities are legal persons, the deduction allowed on Spanish corporate tax is set at 35% or 37.5% (40% from 2016), also depending on the total amount donated to the Foundation over the last two years. This data on tax deductions is for informational purposes only. The Foundation will not be held responsible for its incorrect use.

The Foundation’s accounts are deposited with the Spanish Protectorado de Fundaciones in compliance with the applicable legislation.

THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

THE ARTIST’S FAMILY

Berta González Negueruela · Berta Bartolomé González · Germain Thomas Rodríguez

INSTITUTIONAL PATRONS

INDIVIDUAL PATRONS

José Ignacio Pérez Sáenz (Former President of La Rioja, Former Central Government Representative for La Rioja) Tomás Llorens Serra (Former director of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Institut Valencià d’Art Modern [IVAM]) Juan Manuel Bonet Planes (Former director of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, IVAM. Former director of Instituto Cervantes in Paris and in Madrid) José Luis Labandíbar García (Chair of the Geography and History departments; Doctor of Arts, University of Zaragoza) Lourdes Cerrillo Rubio (Professor of Art History at the University of Valladolid, author of various books on art and fashion) María Rosa Sáenz de Pipaón (Artist, graduate of Fine Arts)

AMBASSADORS