The exhibition consists of four sections and it is with Salvador Dalì, in agreement with the Dalì Universe Foundation, that one of the thematic sections opens and will be hosted within the exhibition space. The three-dimensionality of the Spanish master's bronze sculptures will be compared with his works on paper in a unique journey. In another section, a group of works selected by the Founder of the VAF Foundation, Volker Feierabend, will represent twentieth-century painting in all expressive mediums. A third section of the inaugural exhibition will be dedicated to Pop Art told through the most representative exponents of the movement, Andy Warhol, Mimmo Rotella, Mario Schifano and Giosetta Fioroni, the collection brings together a nucleus of various works, including large ones, which will give the opportunity to user to compare the powerful artistic expressiveness and the historical exhibition surface of Palazzo Greco Stella. In contrast to the Italian Pop language, in the fourth and final section, the artists who joined the Arte Povera Movement are told: Giulio Paolini, Alighiero Boetti, Luciano Fabro, Mario Merz, Fausto Melotti. The same ones chase each other through works created on paper from the most important Arte Povera collection in the world: the Christian Stein Collection. This section ends with two works by the artist who has collaborated on the institutional projects of the Collection over the last decade: Mimmo Paladino.