GAM - Galleria Civica D’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
GAM – The Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, TN), is the oldest modern art museum in Italy. Its collections account up to 45.000 works in paintings, sculptures, installations and photographs, alongside a rich collection of drawings, engravings and one of the most important collections of art films and videos in Europe.
The works belonging to the collections are exhibited according to theme-based routes that vary over time, ensuring a new perspective over the collections every time, and a renewed possibility of analyzing its masterpieces. The works of some of the most prominent XIX Century Italian artists are exhibited, such as: Fontanesi, Fattori, Pellizza da Volpedo and Medardo Rosso; works from Italian XX Century artists, such as Morandi, Casorati, Martini and De Pisis; works from the International avant-garde, from Marx Ernst to Paul Klee and Picabia, works from the new post-World War II avant-garde, with one of the most important Arte Povera collections, featuring works from Paolini, Boetti, Anselmo, Zorio, Penone and Pistoletto, but also allowing ample exhibit space to the latest contemporary art production.
Opening hours, Collections and exhibitions
Tuesdays to Sundays, from 10.00hrs to 18.00hrs. Closed on Mondays.
The ticket office shuts down an hour prior closing time.
Ticket: €7,50 – reductions: €6,00
Free entrance on the first Tuesdays of the month.
Free entrance for Abbonamento Musei (Museum Subscription, TN) and Torino Card holders.