Concilio Europeo Dell’Arte
ABOUT US – HISTORY
The CONCILIO EUROPEO DELL’ARTE was founded in 2006 in Florence (Italy) as the Association CEA – Concilio Europeo dell’Arte. This is a not- for-profit organization which aims to investigate and promote arts and cultural projects.
ABOUT US – MISSION
“What role should a CULTURAL INSTITUTION have nowadays?”
The Concilio answers to this question managing and promoting many exhibitions and cultural events related to arts, design and architecture fields.
The mission of the Concilio Europeo dell’Arte is to promote Arts and Culture, fostering a constant dialogue with them through the works of artists within and outside national borders.
In January 2016, the new institutional establishment of the Concilio Europeo dell’Arte Foundation has embodied the mission of the Concilio to reinvent itself. As the core of all the activities, the Foundation operates beyond territorial borders through offices and operating centres located across Italy and abroad. Thus, the Concilio promotes collaborations with artists and makes agreements with the State, Ministries of Culture and other institutions, public or private, worldwide.
- Supports the artistic research and experimentations in different art fields
- Promotes important cultural projects through an increasing dialogue with artists
- Organizes art exhibitions within its own spaces and worldwide venues as well
- Collaborates with international Institutions and Ministries of Culture
- Set up partnership and sponsorship and builds collaborations with artists, cultural organizations, public entities and private companies
- On the occasion of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, the Concilio projects, organizes and promotes art exhibitions of high quality (National Participation, Collateral Events and Off Events), initiatives that include the entire city of Venice.
Borghi of Italy – #NO(F)EARTHQUAKE is located in the principal seat of the CEA – Concilio Europeo dell’Arte: InParadiso Art Gallery, Giardini della Biennale