Gallerie d’Italia: museums where culture is a dialogue between art and society
With the Gallerie d’Italia project, Intesa Sanpaolo has created a museum and cultural hub distributed among four exhibition sites in Milan, Naples, Turin and Vicenza so that the public can share and appreciate its vast artistic heritage.
Gallerie d’Italia are housed in prestigious buildings, converted into museums to accommodate the Group’s 35,000 artworks and open its large art collections to the public, but also to host and promote cultural events and temporary exhibitions.
The Galleria d’Italia are a place where culture becomes dialogue between art and society and are the expression of Intesa Sanpaolo’s commitment to protect and enhance the artistic and cultural heritage of Italy and its territories.
Gallerie d'Italia - Turin
The new Turin Gallerie, dedicated to photography and the Piedmontese Baroque, are also the home of Intesa Sanpaolo's Publifoto Archive.
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Gallerie d'Italia - Naples
At the Naples Gallerie, on show Cavaraggio’s masterpiece “The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula” (il Martirio di sant’Orsola) and Neapolitan artworks from the 17th to the 20th century.
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Gallerie d'Italia – Milan
At the Milan Gallerie d’Italia, extraordinary exhibitions and two permanent exhibition tours can be visited: “From Canova to Boccioni” and “Cantiere del ‘900”.
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Gallerie d'Italia - Vicenza
One of the most important collections of Russian icons in the West and a collection of the eighteenth-century Veneto art are exhibited at Palazzo Leoni Montanari, home of the Gallerie d’Italia in Vicenza.
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Last updated 16 June 2022 at 11:41:48