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Invito a Palazzo: Free Admission to Banks' Historic Buildings

  • 06

October 2012
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UniCredit will participate in the annual Italian Banking Association (ABI) event.

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The Italian Banking Association will hold its 11th annual Invito a Palazzo on Saturday, October 6, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, with banks across Italy opening their historic buildings' doors to the public free of charge. 

 

Similar to previous years, some locations will host art exhibitions, concerts and guided tours of the historically significant sites.

 

UniCredit is once again a proud supporter of Invito a Palazzo. Twelve of our venues will take part in the event and some of them will host an interesting program of cultural initiatives. Our participating locations include:

 

 

Bologna - Palazzo Magnani, Via Zamboni, 20

Guided tours provided.

 

Milan - Palazzo del Credito Italiano, Piazza Cordusio

Exhibition: Quadreria Contemporanea - selezione di opere dalla UniCredit Art Collection e contributi di giovani artisti dal progetto di UniCredit Studio. Guided tours are provided by appointment. Visitors can make reservations beginning Monday, September 24 by sending an email to givingeventsartmgmt@unicredit.eu. Admission is free and subject to availability.

 

Milan - Palazzo Piazza Edison, Piazza Edison, 1

This former council chamber, which houses a mural by Achille Funi, will display five recently restored sketches by the same artist.

 

Palermo - Palazzo Branciforte, Fondazione Sicilia, Via Bara all'Olivella, 2

 

Rome - Cappella del Palazzo del Monte di Pietà, Piazza Monte di Pietà, 33

Guided tours provided.

 

Rome - Palazzo de Carolis, Via Lata, 3

The palazzo will highlight Italian Renaissance painter, Luca Signorelli. A recently produced video will be shown to illustrate the artist's works, particularly the fragment depicting the deposition of Christ from the Pala di Matelica, based on an exhibition in Perugia from April 21 to August 26, 2012. Guided tours provided.

 

Syracuse - Palazzo del Banco di Sicilia, Piazza Archimede, 7

Exhibition: a display featuring glass mandala paintings by Romanian artist Alin Constantin Agape.

 

Todi - Perugia, Chiesa del Monte di Pietà, Piazza Garibaldi

Exhibition: a display featuring documents from the Archivio Storico Comunale.

 

Treviso - Monte di Pietà, Piazza Monte di Pietà, 3

Guided tours provided.

 

Turin - Palazzo Perrone, Fondazione CRT, Via XX Settembre, 31

Turin - Palazzo della Fortuna, Via Arsenale, 21

 

Udine - Palazzo Strassoldo, Via Veneto, 20

Guided tours provided.