Progetto Cultura: Intesa Sanpaolo's commitment to enhance art and culture
Progetto Cultura is the multi-year programme through which Intesa Sanpaolo expresses its commitment to promoting art and culture in the countries where it operates.
Sharing, collaboration and conservation are at the heart of the Progetto Cultura, which involves opening the Bank's artistic and architectural heritage up to the public, working in synergy with public and academic conservation bodies and promoting knowledge of historical documents in the Group's archives
The leading players in Progetto Cultura are, specifically, the Gallerie d'Italia, Programma Restituzioni, the Group's Archivio Storico, and support for artistic and cultural institutions and initiatives.
Intesa Sanpaolo's Gallerie d'Italia are a museum and cultural centre designed to harness and open up to the public the Group's artistic and architectural heritage and to offer quality art exhibitions. They are located in four of the Bank's historical buildings in Milan, Naples, Turin and Vicenza, and house permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.
Since 1989, the two-year Restituzioni programme has been curating and supporting the restoration of works of Italy's artistic heritage, not owned by Intesa Sanpaolo, identified in cooperation with public and academic bodies that protect cultural heritage. Through Intesa Sanpaolo's Restituzioni programme, 1,300 works of public and private entities have already been restored to their original beauty.
Last updated 12 May 2023 at 17:52:17