Il Palmerino Cultural Association regularly presents small-scale, in-depth exhibitions, accompanied by publications documenting their protagonists’ lives and works, through original research, or via shared memories, gleaned from interviews with featured artists or their families. Our multipurpose room doubles as our main exhibition venue and is equipped with paneling and directional lights for this purpose.
Our exhibitions are often linked to shows hosted in public institutions of renowned, and they become a ‘magnifying glass’ of sorts, pinpointing specific insights that emerge in the larger shows. Additionally, at Il Palmerino, we often feature artworks from private collections or shine a light on unpublished or little-known works, bringing them into the public arena.
and the 1900s
THE ANGELI FAMILY
A journey of style from
Florence to America
Vernon Lee and the theatre
Parretti and Barrucchieri
Bordley, Chapman and Rogers
BRIDGES: Contemporary Women Artists
and their Historic Counterparts