Centro Pecci
Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci
The Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci is the first Italian institution created from the outset with the aim of presenting, collecting, documenting and supporting research in the visual arts, cinema, music, performing arts, architecture, design, fashion and literature, as expressions of the contemporary world that put people in touch with the major themes of life and our society. Since the opening of the facility in 1988, we have produced and hosted over 250 exhibitions and project, organizing special events and educational initiatives for students and adults. We have also assembled a collection of over 1000 works that map artistic trends from the 1960s to the present. The complex that houses the center, designed by the rationalist architect Italo Gamberini and expanded in 2016 by Arch. Maurice Nio, is a city in the city: 3000 square meters of exhibition space, an archive, 60,000 items in the CID/Arti Visive specialized library, an auditorium-cinema, a bookshop, restaurant, bistro and outdoor theater.
Vito Acconci
Vahram Aghasyan
Massimo Bartolini
Alighiero Boetti
Paolo Canevari
Enzo Cucchi
Daniela De Lorenzo
Valie Export
Jan Fabre
Michael Fliri
Marco Gastini
Piero Gilardi
Albert Hien
Craige Horsfield
Emilio Isgrò
Yang Jiechang
Anish Kapoor
Barbara Kruger
Sol LeWitt
Michael Lin
Mario Merz
Aleksandra Mir
Maurizio Nannucci
Hermann Nitsch
Julian Opie
Anatoly Osmolovsky
Michelangelo Pistoletto
Anne e Patrick Proier
Gerhard Richter
Remo Salvadori
Paolo Scheggi
Julian Schnabel
David Tremlett
Costas Tsoclis
Massimo Vitali
Sergei Volkov
Kenji Yanobe
Gilberto Zorio
Centro Pecci
Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci
Viale della Repubblica 277, 59100, Prato, PO
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