Partners

An updated list of all the public and private institutions which work with us to support and share our outstanding cultural projects.

Municipality of Milan

Municipality of Milan

The city of Milan is committed to organising major exhibitions – devoted to art, history and culture – within the many museums and exhibition spaces located throughout the city.

Pinacoteca di Brera

Pinacoteca di Brera

Located in the heart of Milan, this museum is dedicated to promoting its own collection and safeguarding its magnificent masterpieces that captivate Italian and foreign visitors alike.

Palazzo Strozzi Foundation

Palazzo Strozzi Foundation

Formerly a stately residence during the Renaissance, Palazzo Strozzi is now a museum where visitors can experience new ways to immerse themselves in art and culture, through a packed calendar of exhibitions, events and activities.

Castello di Rivoli

Castello di Rivoli

A hub for creativity, experimentation, education and cultural development (with a particular focus on contemporary art), this museum helps visitors to understand our era through a rich variety of art forms.

Fondazione la Quadriennale di Roma

Fondazione la Quadriennale di Roma

La Quadriennale di Roma is a national institution supporting Italian contemporary art with an exhibition held every four years, training initiatives, and by preserving sources of visual art from the 20th and 21st centuries.

Camera

Camera

A 2000-m2 space devoted to photography: the Italian Centre for Photography is both an exhibition space for Italian and international photography and a hub for exchanging ideas and experimentation.

Cortona on the Move

Cortona on the Move

Every summer, in the small Tuscan town of Cortona in the province of Arezzo, this international festival takes place. In constant pursuit of fresh new visions and original forms of visual communication, the festival is held to share and promote contemporary photography.

Hermitage Museum

Hermitage Museum

This museum’s history dates back to 1764 with Empress Catherine the Great and, since then, its collection of art has continued to grow, with over 3 million works and artefacts in its possession. It is no coincidence that the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg is considered one of the most important in the world.

Museo Puškin

Museo Puškin

The Moscow-based museum is home to more than 700,000 works of art – dating back to Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece, all the way to the present day – but the true pièce de resistance is its astonishing collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings.

Estorick Collection

Estorick Collection

Modern Italian art in London: this small museum showcases some of the most important works by renowned Italian artists, including Giacomo Balla, Carlo Carrà, Umberto Boccioni, Giorgio de Chirico and Amedeo Modigliani.

Italian Cultural Institute of New York

Italian Cultural Institute of New York

An official office of the Italian Government, the Institute is dedicated to promoting Italian culture, from the arts to science, in the United States by organising events and providing cultural services.