The CARMI - Carrara and Michelangelo Museum in Villa Fabbricotti is located within the historic building in the Padula in Carrara Park. The museum complex is entirely dedicated to the figure of Michelangelo and his relationship with the city of Carrara marble. These themes are developed in the six rooms on the first floor. reproductions of Moses and David are presented with holograms, videos, photographs, historical documents and prints. What is important is the interplay between Michelangelo and the contemporary with the contributions of Giacomo Manzu, Michelangelo Antonini, Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti and Luigi Moretti. In addition, other artists have contributed with facsimiles made by Le Corbusier, Arata Isozaki, Robert Venturi and Rothko. Among all stands the giant poster of the Vatican Pietà and the Pietà by Jean Fabre. The space is enriched by the treasures of Gipsoteca Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara. The building is surrounded by the beautiful park of Padula turned into an artistic park with environmental works of art with works Mainolfi, Parmeggiani, Merz and Morris. The CARMI is proposed as an active cultural space and attentive towards modern and contemporary art as well as with the Academy of Fine Arts of the City.