The Archivio Edmondo Bacci
The Archivio Edmondo Bacci

Photographs, letters, sketches, and art tools—the Archivio Edmondo Bacci preserves material owned and used by the Venetian artist. It tells the story of meticulous cataloguing and conservation and of art that still lives and breathes. Gregorio Bacci, nephew of the artist and Director of the Archivio Edmondo Bacci, introduces visitors to this precious heritage, enriching the visitors’ experience with personal anecdotes that trace a unique and intimate portrait of Edmondo “Mondo” Bacci.

  • Participation is free.
  • The event is in Italian and lasts one hour.
  • The event takes place at the museum.


ph. Erika Verlato, Alessio Bertolo


The Archivio Edmondo Bacci is actively engaged in promoting the artist by consulting on and supporting the production of exhibitions and conferences. The archive holds material from the painter’s studio, which was ordered and catalogued after his death by his brother, Giorgio, and subsequently by Chiara Bertola in 1987. The Archivio Edmondo Bacci has been the subject of research for students from various universities, including Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan.

Follow the Archivio Edmondo Bacci on Instagram: @edmondobacci

  • Free with museum admission
  • The event takes place at the museum