The CAM_Casoria Contemporary Art Museum , founded and directed by Antonio Manfredi, was born in 2005 with the desire to become a cultural pole, an experimental laboratory, but above all a reference point for universal contemporary art with an open context. Born not as a cultural exhibition machine, nor as a museum containing simulacra, the CAM Museum approaches what we would like every museum to be today: a place where culture and research are produced, where teaching takes place, where a hermeneutic experience of the contemporary is stimulated, creativity is visualized, current aesthetic complexity is known and practiced. The collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Casoria is open to international growth; there are artists from every country without prejudice against any nation or ethnic group. It covers an area of approximately 3,500 m² with 3,000 m². of permanent exhibition. It exhibits permanently and has acquired around 1200 works of contemporary art of painting, sculpture, photography, video, multimedia art and installations by important artists from all over the world. It boasts one of the major European collections of multimedia art, oriental art, contemporary African art and the most complete collection of works by contemporary Neapolitan artists from the post-war period to today. It carries out activities for the promotion, exhibition, cataloguing, conservation of works and volumes of contemporary art. He designs traveling exhibitions and events in collaboration with important international contemporary art museums. It promotes guided tours of its spaces for teachers, pupils and students of all levels.