Since 1870 the Vasari's photographic activity in Italy and principally in the city of Rome, has produced one of the most important archives of Art, Architecture and Industry.

Today, the direct descendants of the old family are still carrying on the same work. They have achieved over the years high quality standards of photography and have constantly increased and improved the Vasari Photographic Archive which represents a significant patrimony of the Italian iconographic history.

The Vasari's present activity develops on the computerized management of the archive and on the realization of new photographic campaigns for the national and international publishing, and for many public and private corporations in Italy and abroad.