Only 10% of Italy's State Owned Art is on Display

December 16 2021

Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

The Art Newspaper has published a piece on Italy's continuing efforts to get more of their state-owned art on view. The most recent project in this vein is the so-called 'One Hundred Works Return Home' initiative, which sees one hundred artworks from fourteen museums head off to lesser-known public museums. Planning for the initiative began in 2015 and €1m has been allocated for conservation, transportation and display costs.

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