Spaces for Art
Hosted in a structure that is suspended on the roof of Turin’s Lingotto – headquarters for Fiat’s first factory – the art collection that used to belong to Giovanni Agnelli and his wife Marella, is permanently open to the public.Read
Turin’s ‘Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti’ (Albertina Accademy of Fine Arts, TN) is one of the most ancient in Italy. It was founded in 1652 and has been in its present seat since 1832, following the will of King Carlo Alberto to whom it owes its historical denomination.Read
The Venaria Reale is one of the most significant examples of European architecture and art’s splendour from the 17th and 18th Centuries.
The Palace, heart of the monumental complex was conceived to become the new centre of loisir at the time; it is today a centre of leisure and cultural production and offers a journey through art, history and architecture.
MIAAO, Museo Internazionale delle Arti Applicate Oggi, was born in 2003 after the successful outcome of “Artigiano metropolitano” (Metropolitan Artisan, TN), an event that celebrated the Centenary of the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Arts held in Turin in 1902, visited by over 60.000 people.Read
Il MEF propone un’offerta culturale a carattere internazionale attraverso la realizzazione di mostre, eventi culturali, seminari, tavole rotonde e incontri, volta a interessare un vasto numero di persone attente all’arte moderna e a quella contemporanea, senza però escludere incursioni nell’arte antica.Read
Barriera is a non-profit association, founded in 2007 by a group of friends and lovers of contemporary art, with the aim of promoting initiatives and exhibitions whilst favouring the education and training of young artists and galleries, through the collaboration with the main Bodies and Institutions.Read
Cittadellarte is a non-profit organization, acknowledged by Regione Piemonte in 1998. Headquarters are in Biella, in a former wool-manufacturing factory on the Cervo torrent, inside an industrial archaeological complex that is protected by the Ministry of Culture, Media and Sports.Read