About the Foundation
The Soloviev Foundation is the charitable giving arm of the Soloviev Group, dedicated to supporting the efforts of those working across humanitarian, environmental, and educational causes.
Our mission is simple and intentionally broad: to help make a better world. We pride ourselves on the diversity of our partners in this work. The Foundation’s gifts go to both large, long-established institutions addressing global crises and concerns, and smaller, hyperlocal organizations serving the populations in need within their communities.
Our process and criteria for determining the recipients of Soloviev Foundation gifts are straightforward. We identify a need that aligns with our values and seek out the nonprofit organizations best-suited to address that need most effectively and which can make the largest impact. While all causes are considered in our giving plan, we are especially committed to supporting at-risk children, promoting values in society, and encouraging social responsibility.
Developing and nurturing the next generation of leaders today, for a better tomorrow.
The Gallery & Collection
The Soloviev Foundation is pleased to share portions of its exceptional collection with the public for the first time in more than 20 years. Collection highlights include works by Alberto Giacometti, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, and Henry Moore as well as many other significant artists. A list of works in the collection will soon be made available here.
Beyond making its art collection accessible to the public, the Foundation will also invest in the next generation of artists, staging exhibits of promising new creators, sponsoring competitions focused on humanitarian and climate crises, and providing artists meaningful opportunities to perfect their craft.
The Soloviev Art Gallery will showcase a rotating array of exhibitions drawing from, but not limited to, the foundation’s impressive and expansive collection. A singular assemblage of works by modern masters of the 20th century is currently on view at the ground floor of the Soloviev Group’s iconic tower office tower 9 West 57th Street.
Future plans for the Soloviev Art Gallery include an expansion of the gallery space by architect Thomas Phifer to accommodate more works, staging exhibitions that highlight the work of emerging artists, and offering promising artists masterclasses with premier contemporary practitioners from a variety of disciplines. Additional programs include the sponsorship of art competitions for young people that engage in global issues such as climate change, childhood poverty, and human rights.
As part of the Foundation’s efforts to share its collection and to promote cross-cultural cooperation and understanding, the gallery frequently lends its works to art institutions worldwide.
The Gallery is on view by appointment only. At this time, gallery tours will be offered on one Saturday and on one Wednesday each month. Saturday tours are at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm on January 20, February 24, March 9, April 20, and May 18. Wednesday tours are at 3pm and 4pm on January 3, February 1, March 20, April 3, and May 1.
If a date and time listed is no longer on the calendar link, the tour is full. Please check back later.
Representing a broad range of interests, experience, and knowledge, the Soloviev Foundation Advisory Board is focused, efficient, and dedicated to ensuring that its philanthropic initiatives have a direct and lasting impact on the organizations and communities it chooses to support.
Stefan Soloviev is the Principal of the Soloviev Foundation, the philanthropic division of the Soloviev Group. As the Chairman of the Soloviev Group, he oversees the company’s diverse portfolio of industry-leading companies in sectors including Agriculture & Ranching, Transportation & Railroad, Energy, Hospitality & Retail, and Real Estate & Development.
Nikolai Solow is Executive Vice President of the Soloviev Group, primarily overseeing the operations of the company’s Southwest development projects while also serving as a key advisor on the company’s operations on the North Fork of Long Island.
Hayden Soloviev is Vice Chairman of the Soloviev Group and a key advisor on development and growth across the company’s holdings, while also helping to lead the philanthropic work of the Soloviev Foundation.
Quintin Soloviev is the Executive Vice Chairman of the Soloviev Group and oversees the venture capital division of the business, with a primary focus on sustainability and innovation.
Michael Hershman is CEO of the Soloviev Group and has been advising global industry leaders on corporate governance and compliance, mergers and acquisitions strategies, and securities issues for more than 30 years.