Antonio Dalle Nogare’s private collection was born in the mid-eighties. At the heart of the collection his passion for conceptual and minimal art, with works by the masters of the second half of the 20th century – Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Günther Förg, Dan Graham, On Kawara, Martin Kippenberger, Joseph Kosuth, Richard Long, Piero Manzoni, Olivier Mosset, Blinky Palermo, Richard Long, James Turrell among others – as well as the protagonists of Arte Povera – Giovanni Anselmo, Luciano Fabro, Jannis Kounellis, Giuseppe Penone and others.
Artworks by contemporary artists are continuously added to this fundamental core, and they find themselves in a conceptual dialogue with the great masters in the exhibition rooms.
Since the beginning of its activity, the Foundation has decided to make available to the public a selection of these works, promoting a daily coexistence with the artistic practice of contemporary masters. The aim was to create a space that would be a place of conceptual, intellectual and aesthetic fruition, open to all interested parties.
The collection’s display, housed in the two rooms on the first floor of the Foundation, is curated by the curator Eva Brioschi.
In order to better accompany visitors through the exhibition, the Foundation offers free guided tours of the collection and ongoing exhibitions every Saturday at 11.00 AM. Admission is always free. For further information please go to our Visit.