An eighteenth-century villa that opens the windows on a magnificent Italian garden and houses a collection of contemporary American art among the best known in the world, as well as international exhibitions.
The wing of the cottages of the Villa now houses an astonishing gallery of site-specific environmental works of art, almost a temple dedicated to the luminous element. Among these stand out the works of Dan Flavin, whose collection boasts the largest concentration of works perennially exhibited, Robert Wilson, Wim Wenders and James Turrell.
tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, sun 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Piazza Litta 1