Centro Pecci is open and admission is free!

Until October 23, 2020

May 21—October 23, 2020



Centro Pecci reopened its doors to the public on Thursday 21 May, with full safety measures in place and with a rich programme: from the extension of The Missing Planet to the new video installation Interregnum by Adrian Paci; from the ten artists’ flags created for Centro Pecci Extra to the KENE/Spazio project, the exhibition dedicated to Ren Hang, which opened on Thursday 4 June.

After 10 weeks of closure, our spaces have been sanitised and reorganised in line with the indications provided by the authorities and all the necessary personal protection safeguards are already in place. We are fortunate that the characteristics of our building – large and spacious – make it easy to maintain physical distancing and to manage visitor flows which will in any case be controlled, allowing no more than 60 people inside the museum space at the same time.


To make the museum even more open to the city and those who wish to visit us, admission to all exhibitions, except for Jacopo Benassi. Vuoto, will be free until October 23, open from 12pm - 8pm, Thursday to Sunday.



➧ pratical informazion for your visit

Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci

Viale della Repubblica, 277, 59100 Prato PO, Italia

Opening Hours: 
Thursday to Sunday  12am-20pm


Admission to all exhibitions, except for Jacopo Benassi, will be free until October 23


see also
February 20—August 23, 2020
Mohamed Keita: Kené/Spazio
June 04—August 30, 2020
Ren Hang. Nudes




May 21—September 27, 2020
Adrian Paci, Interregnum
May 21—October 11, 2020
Extra Flags



May 13—19, 2020
Centro Pecci Extra