The collection of paintings of the Cassa di Risparmio di Tortona, acquired by the Foundation in 1999, was the first nucleus and at the same time represented the constitutive moment of what would later become the "Divisionism" art gallery, a result obtained with the intervening in recent years of a careful and targeted policy of acquisitions aimed at the realization of an ambitious cultural and museum project. The art gallery in its architectural elements, as we see it today, was inaugurated in September 2008. The exhibition complex has a total area of over 600 square meters, is arranged on two levels, structured and furnished in compliance with the rigorous legal regulations and to international museum standards, object of attention and continuous technological updates aimed at the safety of the materials and works of art contained therein, aims to offer our visitors the best museum experience. Over 110 works by 50 artists on display. The Pinacoteca is the only museum project entirely dedicated to Divisionism, which is examined through works selected from those that contributed to the artistic events of the period or played a role in its history. figure of Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, who fulfilled the parable of life in a close relationship with the territory in which his art matured. The core of his works - over 20 paintings - is the largest by extension in a collection of public destination.