Fundació Sorigué, created by Julio Sorigué and Josefina Blasco in 1985, carries out cultural, societal and educational activities with the support of the Grupo Sorigué, a leading business group in the construction and industrial services sectors in Spain.
Since 1999, the foundation has been working on the creation of an international contemporary art collection made up of over 450 pieces from every discipline, which has become one of the most important collections of Spain.
Among the artists who compose the collection stand out names of international prestige as Anselm Kiefer, William Kentridge, Bill Viola, Chuck Close, Anish Kapoor, Antonio López, Daniel Richter, Antony Gormley and Julie Mehretu.
The foundation maintains an active loans policy to both national and international institutions. It has loaned works to such institutions as the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA), the Museum of Fine Arts in Bilbao, the Museo Albertina in Wien, the Santa Monica Museum of Art in California, the Tate Gallery in Liverpool, the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art (CAAC) in Seville, the Arts Santa Mònica in Barcelona, the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, among others.