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SPA | Spazio Per Arte, a historic palazzo near Novara is home to contemporary art

Collectors Laura and Luigi Giordano commissioned the restoration of Palazzo Bellini in Oleggio to host their art collection


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Hater, curated by Rebecca Russo, Videoinsight® Foundation


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MER Collection, the story of a journey into an unknown landscape

The MER collection of Marcos Martin Blanco and Elena Rueda Rodriguez has no particular focus, it does not follow a chronological order but is the result of the relationships established with artists and galleries over the years


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Chaos, Roberto Spada art collection

At Spada Partners' headquarters in central Milan, in a building designed in the early 1960s by Luigi Caccia Dominioni, clients can admire part of an art collection that reveals a great awareness of the present


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Alan Lo: collecting in Southeast Asia

Alan Lo, cofounder of the Classified Group of restaurants in Hong Kong, reveals which artists he’s got his eye on and where he looks for new treasures


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Sergio Poggianella's war rugs

A collection of figurative tapestries telling the story of Afghanistan on show in the offices of the accounting firm BBS-Lombard in Milan


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The collection of Maria Wegmann

A Swiss collector, she began buying art in Tokyo in the late 1970s. Over time her interest shifted from Minimalism to Conceptual Art, and then focused on female art


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Alessia Antinori tells about her passion for art and the Antinori Art Project

A program of annual commissions, many of them site-specific, addressed to young but already established protagonists of the national and international art scene


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Collector and entrepreneur Javier Lumbreras

He inherited his passion for art from his family, who have been patrons and collectors of art since 1883. Together with his wife Lorena Pérez-Jácome he founded the Adrastus Collection in 2000.


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Nona Inescu won the third edition of the Ducato Prize with the work "Echo".

Third edition of the Ducato Prize all female, a special mention to Olivia Erlanger, a young artist based in Los Angeles


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Giulia Colussi's collection of art and jewellery

From the seventeenth century to contemporary art, art and collecting are a source of inspiration for the designer, who between Rome and Milan loves to meet artists and support them in the achievement of their careers


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The Art Collection of Engineer Rosario Bifulco

African art is at the center of his interests, but he has also other passions including Oriental art, European art and also young Italian art


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At Christo and Jeanne-Claude's home

The artist couple's collection at auction at Sotheby's in Paris reveals their desire to be not only witnesses but also actors of their time


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Art in Hong Kong: four asian female collectors reveal themselves

In a space where art coexists with the proposals of a Michelin-starred chef, an exhibition bringing together the work on loan from four female collectors


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Agnes and Frits Becht Art Collection

The Becht began collecting in the early 1960s and over the years they built strong relationships with important artists from Yayoi Kusama to Lucio Fontana


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Italian drawings from the Ramo Collection at the Menil Drawing Institute in Texas

The institute is part of the prestigious Menil Collection, founded by John and Dominique de Menil in Houston. For the first time in the United States, about 70 drawings by Italian artists of the 20th Century


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Jocelyne and Fabrice Petignat art collection

A passion for contemporary art that mother and son have been cultivating for more than thirty years


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Bordoli Collection on show in Como

From 16 October, at the Teatro Sociale, paintings by eight international artists will be exhibited as part of a project to enhance the city's private collections.


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An architect who collects art

Massimo Adario, together with Dimitri Borri, collects works of art that concern space, light and materials.


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Julius Baer art collection

More than 5,000 works of contemporary art by Swiss artists on display at the bank's offices


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Keith Haring's collection

At auction at Sotheby's in September a series of works belonging to the great American artist and sold by the Foundation for charity


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Le Sirenuse Positano

In the historic hotel on the Amalfi coast, Antonio and Carla Sersale have started a contemporary art collection curated by Silka Rittson-Thomas


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La Fondation Carmignac

Created by collector Édouard Carmignac, the foundation in the Porquerolles Islands celebrates ten years of commitment to photojournalism this year.


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Fondazione Dalle Nogare

In Bolzano art collector Antonio Dalle Nogare has opened his collection to the public in a contemporary building excavated in the stone


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Rossini Art Site

Enterpreneur and patron Alberto Rossini has created a sculpture park in Northern Italy with works by the great protagonists of Italian postwar art


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At Anselm Reyle's home

Since 2017 the German artist has lived in a house on the Spree designed by his wife Tanja Lincke. Inside are works by the artists he admires alongside design pieces he has made himself


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Ingrid e Thomas Jochheim

The German couple exhibit their collection of Christo's works at the PalaisPopulaire in Berlin


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Nedko Solakov's art collection

An exhibition at Galleria Continua shows the artist's ideal collection in dialogue with his own works

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Julia Stoschek Collection

One of the world's leading video art collectors, the German Julia Stoschek, is digitizing her collection of over 860 works by 282 artists to make it available online, free of charge and without restrictions.


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Jack and Sandra Guthman Collection

Jack Guthman is a Chicago real estate lawyer. He and his wife Sandra have been collecting art for 50 years. Guthman is also Trustee of the Museum of Contemporary Art and Chairman of the Architecture Biennial.


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MACAAL, private museum in Marrakech

Art collector Othman Lazraq promotes modern and contemporary African art


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The De Iorio Collection at Civica di Trento

The exhibition dedicated to contemporary Italian figurative painting includes works by artists such as Andrea Fontanari, Thomas Braida and Margherita Manzelli


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Magazzino Italian Art

Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu support Italian art in the USA


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LGBTQ art in Patrick Sun's collection

According to the real estate entrepreneur, art can change society and promote the acceptance of gender diversity in Asia


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Argo Factory in Teheran

Iranian collector Hamidreza Pejman transformed an old brewery in Tehran into a private museum. The first exhibition was a solo show of Nazgol Ansarinia.


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Collecting in Miami

Over the past 20 years, collectors such as Rubell and Jorge M. Pérez have helped to change the face of Miami. Now they have inaugurated new large spaces for their collections.


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Seven Gravity Collection

Since 2013 seven Italian collectors have been buying works of video art as a group and have awarded the Visio Young Talent Acquisition Prize at the Lo Schermo dell'Arte festival in Florence


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The explosiveness of Loredana Longo

For 20 years the practice of the Sicilian artist has been characterized by the physical disintegration of fragile objects and in the explosion of the explosion: performances in which ceramic objects blow up


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Collecting books

The book as a collector's item. The brothers Gianni and Giuseppe Garrera from Rome talk about it in a double interview in which they reveal their trophies and regrets.