The International Museum of Graphic Arts is located in Castronuovo di Sant'Andrea, a small town in the province of Potenza. The museum was created to promote the graphic technique, rich in history, which developed throughout Europe. The Museum was founded by art historian Giuseppe Apella, whose research focus is mainly in the graphic environment. Today the International Museum of Graphic Arts has become a true cultural center which includes the Municipal Library, the Atelier "Strazza Guido" and the International Museum of the Crib "Vanni Scheiwiller". The collection includes works made in different techniques of woodcut, linoleum, lithography, screen printing and etching. Among the international artists are: Alberto Burri, Marc Chagall, Giorgio De Chirico, Salvador Dali, Fausto Melotti, Marino Marini, Paul Klee, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and many others. The Museum annually hosts temporary exhibitions of artists of the world graphics, with the aim of creating links between the local and international art.