Fondazione Massimo e Sonia Cirulli’s goals are to promote knowledge of twentieth-century Italian art and visual culture from the early years of the country’s engagement with modernity to the postwar economic boom (1900-1970), and to organize exhibitions with a multidisciplinary approach, drawing from the Fondazione’s remarkable holdings.
The Fondazione’s headquarters is a building with a strong symbolic connotation in the context of twentieth-century Italian architecture and design, as it was envisioned by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1960 for Dino Gavina.
This area will be devoted to the publication of the “image of the day”. Every month we will award a prize for the best photo taken in our exhibition spaces
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Fondazione Cirulli’s curators, researchers and collaborators discuss an artwork selected from the collectionSEE MORE