Palazzo Grassi

Palazzo Grassi

Venice | Italy

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Palazzo Grassi (also known as the Palazzo Grassi-Stucky) is a building in the Venetian Classical style located on the Grand Canal, between the Palazzo Moro Lin and the campo San Samuele, in Venice, Italy. It was designed by Giorgio Massari, and built between 1748 and 1772. Palazzo was purchased by the Fiat Group in 1983, under the late chairman Gianni Agnelli, and it underwent a complete restoration overseen by architect Gae Aulenti. The group's aim was to transform Palazzo Grassi into an exhibition hall for the visual arts. It continues to be used as an art gallery today.

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