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Museo d’arte Contemporanea - Castello di Rivoli

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An imposing Baroque building that was part of a grandiose design, developed in 1718 by Filippo Juvarra for King Victor Amedeo II, but never finished. The castle was restored by Bruno, and in 1984 became the seat of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The permanent collection contains works by European and American artists, some of which were made specifically for the spaces in the museum, while others were created in the artist's studio and then set up here. The museum also offers a rich calendar of temporary exhibitions.

Museo d’arte Contemporanea is part of “Art and cultural routes”:
Green route
Contemporary art and Turin nowadays, memories and metamorphosis



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