CRRI – Castello di Rivoli Research Institute

The CRRI – Castello di Rivoli Research Institute is a department created in 2017 with the mission to research, collect, and valorize archival material from the 1960s to the present relating to Italian artists, architects, curators, gallery owners, collectors, and cultural institutions. Through the CRRI, the Castello di Rivoli extends its scientific and academic vocation.

The Archival Collections are available to Italian and international scholars and in the context of institutional partnerships. The Archives are also activated by the CRRI itself as living material through temporary exhibitions developed in synergy with the Museum’s Curatorial Department and creative and interdisciplinary dialogues.

In addition to the conception of exhibition projects and the publication of books, catalogues, and documentary videos, the CRRI’s activities include the organization of workshops intended as moments of high professional training, round tables, and study days.

The CRRI is located in the Manica Lunga of the Castello, in spaces reconfigured thanks to a project overseen by architect Andrea Bruno, who equipped the Museum with rooms to preserve and enjoy materials.

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