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ŸAbout Ise Cultural Foundation

The Ise Cultural Foundation was founded in 1983 by the endowments from three of Ise Group Inc. , which were Ise America, Seaboard Foods and Seaboard Farm in the United States. The organization had started their cultural activities and it was officially approved as a non-profit cultural organization by the United States IRS (Internal Revenue Service) in 1984.

<Mission>
In the generation of globalization, cross-national and regional activities have been splendid in the field of arts. The Ise Cultural Foundation has supported artist and scholars, who dedicated to their work. The organization has promoted the exchange of art and culture, mainly visual art, between the nations for its objective that enhances the devotion to development of Japanese esthetics and culture as well as deepens mutual understandings of culture in terms of demographically and ethnographically diverse society.

<Activities>
1) Support for domestic/ international artists and scholars who dedicate to art and culture
2) Support for activities to introduce art and culture of other countries to Japan
3) Support for activities to introduce Japanese art and culture to other countries
4) Support for research and archival work about art and culture (Japan/international)
5) Support for enterprises which are need for achieving the objectives as above.
6) Loan of art works form over 200 works selection such as Cezanne, Monet, Picasso and Matisse.
7) Non-profit art gallery business in New York
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