The Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica is a museum of international significance organization created to preserve, protect and promote a collection of works that document the graphic art in its different typologies. It based in Rome, the architectural complex of Palazzo Poli Giuseppe Valadier and Calcografia Palace of the building, on which rests the Trevi Fountain. In 2008, with the transfer of the collections of the National Cabinet of Prints, marks the final revival of the palace of the Trevi Fountain, as an important cultural center. The collections of matrices, prints, drawings, video art and photographs are accompanied by laboratories specializing in the restoration and a printing works of secular experience. Among the historical collections held by the institute, there are 5,024 sheets of photo Studio Vasari, one of the oldest Italian dynasties working in the field of photography. Among those engraved are collections of many artists, including Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Luke Chamberlain. The organization of exhibitions and events for the promotion and enhancement of the graphics or the Central Institute collections of graphics is an integral part of communication, research, study and commitment of the whole Institute.