The Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea and the Cerruti Collection closed

The Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea and the Cerruti Collection closed from Nov. 6 to Dec. 3, 2020

As a consequence of the exceptional circumstances due to the Coronavirus pandemic, this long-planned exhibition has undergone many last-minute delays and changes and is now postponed until further notice. Italy has announced a new lockdown which includes museums, and Castello di Rivoli will sadly close to the public..

We are also sensitive to the recent lockdowns imposed across Europe and the UK. We hope to once again welcome international visitors as soon as possible, since our programming and collections are aimed at audiences all over the world, in a balance between rootedness and openness.

With reference to the philosophy of the “Slow Food” movement born in our Piedmont region and therefore thinking locally, Castello di Rivoli is developing a “Slow Museum” prototype. It is a new concept of museum, which on a physical level addresses local visitors, while it can also be experienced digitally by national and international audiences, through our enhanced digital programming on Digital Cosmos.