His Serene Highness Ottaviano de’ Medici di Toscana, Grand Duke of Tuscany by right, has recently initiated the “New Medici Humanism” project aimed at promoting and defending human rights and the respect for fundamental human values through their representation in art works. As part of “The Medici’s philanthropic art collection” these art works will be exposed around the world in permanent and temporary exhibitions to attract global attention to this rare combination of human values, human rights awareness and Art. The project also foresees the development of educational and political programs to foster concrete action to defend human rights and implement human values.
THE MEDICI HUMANISTIC CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY ART COLLECTION
His Serene Highness Ottaviano de’ Medici di Toscana, Grand Duke of Tuscany by wright, has launched the The Medici’s philanthropic Art collection ( officialy named Corpus filantropico delle Arti), in order to create a private art collection made of classical masterpieces or contemporary art works commissioned to relevant contemporary artists selected by His Highness himself and later exposed around the world in order to promote the knowledge of the human rights and the human values represented in them.
The Philanthropists who wish to increase their own families legacies in a prestigious and lasting way are welcomed to join the “Medici’s philanthropic Art collection” project by
- lending to the Medici Civic Order their classical masterpieces or contemporary Art Works based on a Philantropic subject in order to expose them in temporary or permanent philanthropic art exibitions organized by the Medici Civic Order;
- sharing with His Highness the commission or the property of works of art connected with their Philanthropic activities
For further informations about commisioning to the Medici Academy a work of Humanistic Art or to lend your own work of art to the Medici Civic Order, please send a mail to email@example.com, or call
Laura Barbirato at 0039 3403758761
Monday to Friday :10am-7 pm). Saturday 11 pm-2 pm.