Il Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci di Prato riapre il 16 ottobre con una nuova struttura spaziale
The Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci will be reopening on October 2016 after the completion of the futuristic spaceship-shaped extension by the architect, Maurice Nio, and of the renovation of the original building designed by the rationalist architect Italo Gamberini.
The Centro Pecci was inaugurated in 1988, and was the first one in Italy to have a building specially built from scratch for exhibiting, collecting, conserving, documenting and diffusing the most advanced artistic research. It is now set to become an international reference point for the experimentation of multiple contemporary art languages. The mission of the Centro Pecci will in fact be to investigate all the various disciplines of contemporary culture, including also cinema, sound, performing arts, architecture, design, fashion and literature. Not just an exhibition venue, but also a versatile and transformable place, whose keywords will be “trans-disciplinary”, “multiform”, “multi-disciplinary” and “multi-medial”.
Follow the developments of the Centro Pecci activities on: www.centropecci.it