The Gavotti Palace is located in the historic center of Savona and is the home of the Civic Art Gallery of the City. The Palace was built during the seventeenth century on pre-existing medieval. The gallery was founded in 2003 within the 22 exhibition halls of the palace. The collection on display is from this collection in Milena Milani Foundation and the Museum of Ceramics. In particular, the collection consists of paintings of the Ligurian school, Genoa, Savona, Siena and Lombard periods between the fourteenth and nineteenth centuries. The exhibition continues with the works of the twentieth century owned by the De Mari Foundation that tell the significant artists to the city, such as Jorn, Lam, Farfa, and Scanavino Fabbri. Of the Milena Milani Foundation's collection come the works of Picasso, Fontana, Magritte, Miro, Capogrossi, De Chirico, Twombly, Dubuffet, Magritte, Delvaux and many others. A much smaller core is made up of Savona ceramics ranging from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century. The Art Gallery hosts meetings, conferences, exhibitions and educational activities for families and schools.