The exhibition introduces viewers to the work of the Venetian artist Edmondo Bacci (1913-1978). The project pays special attention to the work of the author of the middle of the 20th century, the most lyrical and successful decade, as well as in Venice, the city of his birth and his inspiration.
Edmondo Bacci (1913–1978) was one of the few Italian painters who achieved great success during his lifetime and exhibited in the most important Italian and international galleries and museums. The quality of his work has attracted the attention of critics and collectors such as Peggy Guggenheim. Bacci belonged to a narrow circle of the best representatives of Venetian art, which included Tancredi Parmegiani and Emilio Vedova, who had already achieved international success and recognition at that time.