ACP – Palazzo Franchetti
ACP – Palazzo Franchetti is a new reality on the Grand Canal in Venice , dedicated to the promotion of Italian art and culture and beyond, through innovative and high-profile exhibitions that invite you to reflect on the developments of art or that allow you to deepen the knowledge of Italian and foreign artists, also through exchanges with Italian and foreign institutions and foundations, and the contribution of important scholars.
To date, if an exhibition such as " Jean Dubuffet and Venice " (2019), created in collaboration with the Fondation Jean Dubuffet in Paris, aimed to present the two key moments of Dubuffet's art, both of which took place in Venice (the exhibition at Palazzo Grassi of 1964 and his participation in the Biennale of 1984), with “ Massimo Campigli and the Etruscans. A Pagan Happiness ” (2021) we have collaborated with the Italian institutions (Superintendency of Fine Arts, Landscape and Archeology for Southern Etruria) and provided the keys for an unedited insight into the art of one of the Italian twentieth-century masters.
The more historic program is also joined by the construction of a collection of contemporary works of art dedicated to "green" themes through the ACP Green Art Award.
Palazzo Franchetti , with a historic facade and a rare garden on Venice's Grand Canal, stands near the Accademia Bridge and is the preferred exhibition venue for ACP .