Castello di Rivoli
Our Mission
The mission of the Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea is to engage local and international audiences in a deeper understanding of our present times through art and culture, while contributing to the social development of its surrounding region. In addition to collecting and exhibiting artworks, the Museum is a hub for creativity, research and learning, primarily in the field of contemporary art, by reflecting on the present through a dynamic relationship with the past. The first museum devoted to contemporary art in Italy, Castello di Rivoli is a beacon for the art world. Since it opened in 1984, it has continuously presented innovative exhibitions and radical art performances, while remaining sensitive to the unique Baroque castle that hosts it. Designed in 1718 by Filippo Juvarra, the castle is a constant source of inspiration for artists. Its architecture and history inspire the creation of new works conceived specifically for the Museum’s Permanent Collection.
Carla Accardi
Etel Adnan
Giovanni Anselmo
Lothar Baumgarten
Vanessa Beecroft
Joseph Beuys
Alighiero Boetti
Anna Boghiguian
Pier Paolo Calzolari
Maurizio Cattelan
Francesco Clemente
Alessandro Coticchia, (Sandro Chia)
Nicola De Maria
Olafur Eliasson
Lara Favaretto
Lucio Fontana
Regina José Galindo
Andreas Gursky
Rebecca Horn
Pierre Huyghe
Bertrand Lavier
Giulio Paolini
Castello di Rivoli
Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea
piazza Mafalda di Savoia, 10098, Rivoli, TO
Telefono: 011/9565222
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