Light Up Their Lives

Every project strengthens our belief in the Art for Healing Foundation’s mission. Bringing art into hospitals and other healthcare institutions lets its healing power truly shine. It doesn’t just inspire and soothe; for patients, their families and healthcare teams, it creates precious moments imbued with human warmth.

To work with us and enrich the daily lives of patients in your institution, get in touch with us today.

Empathic Collaboration 

Collaboration is at the heart of the Foundation’s approach. It lies at the core of our projects. With your designated team, we take the time to fully understand your specific needs, the premises’ atmosphere and patients’ everyday lives. Together, we develop a vision that reflects your mission and enriches your environment.

We then act as exhibition curators. Always collaborating with you, we actively participate in the search for and the transportation, selection and installation of the artwork. For more than twenty years, we’ve worked with three words in mind: consistency, quality and professionalism.

As art collectors, we place great importance on every detail, whether it’s the works’ height, their order of presentation or the chosen lighting. 

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Beige Hallways Transformed into an Exhibition Space

Each work has a plaque with the artist’s name, its title, the technique used and the donor’s name.

This transforms hospitals’ and other health institutions’ corridors into true exhibition spaces, halfway between an art gallery and a museum. 

In addition to adorning these spaces of healing, this approach honours artists and makes art accessible to the public. This not only contributes to the well-being of the people being cared for but also educates and moves everyone who visits or works in these spaces.

Fully aware of the issues associated with exhibiting artwork in public places, particularly in certain units, we put in place measures to ensure the security and preservation of the works on display.

How to Qualify for a Donation? 

We invite any public institution or non-profit organization (NPO) to get in touch with us by email or phone. After this initial discussion, we’ll walk you through our entire process. 

At the end of the project, your institution will own the artwork, which will be offered to you free of charge. You should expect some costs to cover expenses associated with transportation, framing (as necessary) and installation.