The White Museum
is a singular endeavour by Toni Cacace to create an “Art Hotel.” Part of the Capri Palace brand, the museum was born from the idea of creating harmony between everyday life and art. Each room in the hotel is turned into an art studio decorated with paintings, sculptures and artworks that Cacace has acquired over the years from galleries in Milan, London
, New York and Paris. Italian artists, such as Plessi, Constantini and Tonelli, also contributed to the realisation of the hotel. In addition to acting as a hotel, the White Museum runs a prolific residency program for artists who, upon receipt of the residency, can work in a gorgeous sea-view atelier. Each artist then creates a work of her own with the common theme of investigating art in relation to the territory in which it is located.