The Casa Masaccio - Center for Contemporary Art is located in San Giovanni Valdarno, in the province of Florence. The Center was created to support artistic research and experimentation of new languages for contemporary art. The Museum was established inside the rooms where he lived the Florentine artist Masaccio. Casa Masaccio is a space in constant transformation and maintains international relations and national artists and curators through a residential platform. In the exhibition rooms you can admire the Municipal Collection of Contemporary Art. The collection consists of works donated and acquired by the City of San Giovanni Valdarno. The collection includes internationally renowned artists such as Alighiero Boetti, Fernando Farulli, Giovanni Anselmo, Francesco Guerrieri, Sergio Scatizzi, Aldo Turchiaro and many others. The most recent findings are derived from the results of artist residencies of the last decade. In particular they are cited Antonio Rovaldi, Maitree Siriboon and Marinella Senatore. They are part of the heritage also donations of young artists that testify to the close link between the institution and the country. The Museum now hosts exhibitions, lectures, workshops, film festivals and concerts.