A joint project financed by Venice in Peril, the American-Italy Society, Save Venice, Italiano per Venezia and the Dutch and Austrian Committees
Twenty sketchbooks by Ippolito Caffi illustrating memorable scenes of his travels are being conserved and will return to permanent display at the Correr Museum later in 2019.
Cleaning and consolidation of three Byzantine reliefs and a Renaissance holy water stoup, in Cappella Zen, adjoining the narthex of Basilica of San Marco
In the third courtyard of the Procuratie Nuove, Piazza San Marco, facing a staircase leading to the apartments of the ex-Palazzo Reale, an allegorical stone sculpture of a winged female figure with a small elephant can be seen.
Painting conservation, 1512
After the 1996 fire the auditorium chandelier was reproduced to original designs, lunettes over the water-gate restored and orchestral instruments replaced.
Between 1989-1996, projects in the church of San Zulian, included conservation of the facade, the high altar, the organ and the chapel of the Holy Sacrament with Girolamo Campagna’s Pieta
Stonework conservation of the finely carved 14th and 15th century capitals from the colonnade of the Palazzo Ducale facing the lagoon and the piazza. Much admired by Ruskin. Now in the Museo dell’Opera.
The conservation of the richly detailed Porta della Carta was an early project of Venice in Peril, undertaken from 1976-1979
The Loggetta in Piazza San Marco, built by Jacopo Sansovino in 1537, was crushed when the Campanile collapsed in 1902. It was rebuilt and later Venice in Peril Fund undertook conservation in 1972-1974.