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 Leonetta Pieraccini Cecchi's Self-portrait at the Gabinetto Vieusseux, under restoration

Leonetta Pieraccini Cecchi's Self-portrait at the Gabinetto Vieusseux, under restoration

Women who made Italy's twentieth-century art

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Restoration and exhibition uncovers Italy's cultural history from a feminine perspective.

In 2018, our restoration and exhibition project 'Women of the 1900s' will fall under a much larger umbrella, as it has grown to national proportions and features multiple artists who carved their creative histories in Italy between the two world wars. It will be part of a Florence-wide extravaganza involving myriad high-profile institutions working in and around Tuscany that spotlight female contributions to culture in every medium! Full details still under wraps… Leonetta Pieraccini Cecchi's works will be restored and exhibited alongside those of Fillide Giorgi works and other significant female artists of their age.

Where and When

We believe in getting art by women out of storage and into the public limelight NOW.

Who's involved

Renewd cultural committment and the project's players at a glance.
 

Meet the artists

Five works by Leonetta Pieraccini Cecchi will be completed by September 2018
 

Project Basics and Budget

This project's budget has been estimated at 83,000.