The House Cavazzini is located in the center of the city of Udine and is home to the new Museum of Modern Art. The building was reopened to the public after a long restoration, in 2012 and transformed into a modern and multi-functional museum. The restoration work has brought to light the frescoes dating back to the late fourteenth century depicting secular subjects. The museum has a permanent collection consists of sculptures and paintings from the late nineteenth to the twentieth century and the present day. The atrium is exposed to the plaster model of the Deleted for the Mausoleum of the Ardeatine in Rome Mirko Basaldella, built between 1948-51, while the opposite wall is placed the installation In theory, realized by Marotta&Russo on the occasion the opening of the museum. The first floor is divided into rooms devoted to Marangoni collection with works by the end of '800 and' 900. A large permanent exhibition is dedicated to the three brothers from Udine Dino, Mirko and Afro Basaldella. The tour concludes with a visit to the apartment Cavazzini. In Udine collection we find many leading personalities such as Emma Ciardi, Plinio Nomellini, Felice Carena and Frans Holder. The ground floor of the building is dedicated to the preparation of temporary exhibitions and other events.