Antonio Dalle Nogare Foundation
Set in the mountains surrounding the city, the Antonio Dalle Nogare Foundation is a private museum of contemporary art. The exhibition and collateral program that animates the Foundation is very rich: temporary exhibitions on historical conceptual artists of the 60s and 70s, productions by emerging artists, workshops, conferences, dance and theater performances and much more. The museum also houses a selection of works from the private collection of Antonio Dalle Nogare. Masters of conceptual and minimal art of the second half of the 20th century are presented to the public, such as Dan Flavin, Roman Opalka, On Kawara, Blinky Palermo, Günter Förg, Piero Manzoni, Dadamaino, Martin Kippenberger, Richard Long, Olivier Mosset and many others . The museum is also enriched by two site-specific installations by world-renowned conceptual artists, Dan Graham and Robert Barry. To better accompany visitors on the exhibition itinerary, the Foundation offers free guided tours every Friday at 6.00 pm and Saturday at 11.00 am. Admission is always free.