When Pecci opened its doors again, the visitors had the chance to see The End of the World (October 16, 2016—March 19, 2017). Curated by Fabio Cavallucci, with the cooperation of a large group of international experts, this exhibition reflected not on an impending catastrophe but rather on how we’re never completely capable of comprehending the world we live in.
This makes it clear: "the arts help us to interpret the reality in which we live". Indeed, Pecci's aim of showcasing and collecting works of visual arts, performing arts, architecture, design, music and much more, means for us an important occasion of getting in touch with the major themes of our society. And it's even clearer if we take a look at the programme of talks, cinema premiere and events organized for the schools in the spaces of the centre.
Pecci Centre is also a place for production, where creative ideas can take shape. That's why it is an ideal location for private and corporate events like conferences, professional meetings and also fashion shows, all projects that must be in agreement with the Pecci management and in line with its institutional purposes.
The entrance is free for people with disabilities and their caregivers. All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible.