ACP - Palazzo Franchetti opens its permanent collection to the public, set up in the rooms on the first floor of the Palazzo overlooking the Grand Canal. The collection presents the works of some of the greatest protagonists of twentieth century art, giving the visitor the opportunity to immerse themselves in the fascinating atmospheres of the twentieth century.
The International Gallery of Modern Art of Ca 'Pesaro hosts important nineteenth-twentieth-century collections of paintings and sculptures, including masterpieces by Klimt, Chagall and notable works from Kandinsky to Klee, to Moore.
The CAMeC, as we know it today, was born on 23 May 2004 to deliver to the city and host in an appropriate location the considerable artistic funds coming from the editions of the Premio del Golfo and from the Cozzani and Battolini donations.
An exhibition center for Italian and international photography. CAMERA is a platform for exhibition, production, archiving, training, meeting and debate around photography: a place rooted in the territory and international at the same time.
Inaugurated on the occasion of the centenary of the death of the great Enrico Caruso, in his birthplace, the Museum is dedicated to the greatest tenor of all time.
Casa Museo Tadini presents the hall entirely dedicated to the works of Emilio Tadini, in what was his home, his atelier. The archive is located in the House Museum and the library can be consulted.
The Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art has the historical and cultural mission of promoting research and understanding of the art of our time.
The Luigi Pecci Center for Contemporary Art is the first Italian institution built from scratch to present, collect, document and promote the most advanced artistic research.
With the annexation of the Galleria Civica di Trento to the Mart in October 2013, the Trentino museum center dedicated to contemporary art has expanded: the historic Gallery has resumed its activity - focused on the 19th and 20th centuries, on the languages of art contemporary and architecture.