Since its inception in 1998, the Villacero Foundation has worked to strengthen its community through activities that promote the arts, education, scientific research and human development.
The Villacero Foundation has a strong commitment to social welfare in Mexico, which has been fostered with its support to institutions that focus their efforts on family, health, and the environment.
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As part of its efforts to promote the arts, in 2012 the Villacero Foundation organized two exhibitions of steel sculptures.
One of them was the Steel Sculpture Exhibition of Chilean Artists displayed at the “Paseo de las Artes del Centro Cívico de Las Condes” in Santiago, Chile, from October to December 2012.
The second exhibition was held during the Steel Latin American Congress Alacero-53, and presented steel sculptures of Chilean artists who, through their creativity and innovation, have discovered the virtues of steel.
The catalog "First International Exhibition of Sculpture", published by the Villacero Foundation, received several awards in 2012 for its quality, design and content.
In support of the cause of the Cim*ab Foundation in its fight against breast cancer, on December 13th, 2012 the Villacero Foundation unveiled a pink colored sculpture from the artist Mathias Goeritz called “the Infinite Column” in the courtyard of one of the buildings of the Villacero Group. This sculpture aims to raise awareness among people about the importance of prevention of this disease.
The Foundation also installed two "Infinite Column" sculptures in green on the courtyard of Banca Afirme in the city of Monterrey, NL.
Outdoor Art is promoted by the Foundation, which updates a mural on Avenue Ricardo Margain in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico on a monthly basis.
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