Gallerie d’Italia - Turin: a place of art and culture

The image accompanying the News on the Gallerie d'Italia in Turin which are in Palazzo Turinetti, the legal and historical headquarters of Intesa Sanpaolo in Piazza San Carlo, and which host the Intesa Sanpaolo Publifoto Archive, portrays a rendering of the internal courtyard of the galleries, in which the arrangement of the panels on several floors is visible

Turin’s Gallerie d’Italia are in Palazzo Turinetti, Intesa Sanpaolo’s registered office and historical headquarters in Piazza San Carlo: they house the Intesa Sanpaolo Publifoto Archive – with around 7 million shots taken between the nineteen thirties and nineties by one of the leading agencies of Italian photojournalism - and exhibit a selection of works from the Group’s collections, including the pictorial cycle of the ancient Oratory of the Compagnia di San Paolo owned by the Bank.

Turin’s Gallerie d’Italia offer an exhibition tour of 10,000 metres on five floors, three of which are underground: spaces in which photography and video art document and preserve images, events and reflections in order to promote the issues linked the evolution of ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) sustainability.

One of the distinctive features of the Turin Gallerie is a multimedia room, a real jewel of technology and innovation, equipped with seventeen 4K projectors able to offer to visitors the feeling of literally being immersed in the images and the videos.

The architectural design of the new exhibition spaces of the Gallerie d’Italia in Turin, inaugurated in May 2022, is by Michele De Lucchi – AMDL Circle.

The image accompanying the News on “JR – DEPLACÉ.E.S”, the first solo exhibition in Italy of the French artist JR at the Gallerie d’Italia – Turin, Intesa Sanpaolo museum, portrays a work by the artist

First solo exhibition in Italy by French artist JR, famous throughout the world for his projects that combine photography, public art and social commitmen. The exhibition depicts the problems of migrants and refugees in current crisis zones, combining various expressive languages such as street art, photography and video installations.