Hermann Nitsch, Schüttbild (2), 1994
Luisa Papotti
An Interview
Beatrice Sacco

Since 2022 Luisa Papotti has been the president of Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT, an Italian foundation that, since 2000, has its main mission of supporting the arts. The Foundation does this through collaborations with museums and institutions, though the acquisition of modern and contemporary artworks and the development of new projects, constantly looking to the future with the goal of connecting different audiences to contemporary art. The Foundation has its roots in Turin and in the region of Piedmont, Italy. The main activity of the Foundation is to enrich its collection and share it with the main institutions on the territory, in particular with GAM – Galleria Civica di Arte Moderna di Torino, and Castello di Rivoli – Museum of Contemporary Art. The Foundation is also collaborating with OGR Torino, working on projects that connect new technologies and contemporary art, trying to experiment with the most recent innovation in the field and to develop a synergy with the cultural realities of the area. We sat down with Luisa Papotti and had the opportunity to speak with her.

All the artworks presented here belong to the collection of Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT. The collection is made of more than 900 artworks and 300 artists and it is one of the most important and renowned art collections in the world, always shared with the community through loans to other institutions and exhibitions worldwide.

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