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Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Rivoli

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  • The light installations by Olafur Eliasson were both mesmerizing and relaxing in the blacked out exhibition hall. From Turin catch Ligne 1 Metro from Porto Nuova to Paradiso where you catch bus 36... 
    The light installations by Olafur Eliasson were both mesmerizing and relaxing in the blacked out exhibition hall. From Turin catch Ligne 1 Metro from Porto Nuova to Paradiso where you catch bus 36...  more »
  • Amazing property located in an old village in the periphery of Torino. Beautifully restored and transformed into a museum of contemporary art smartly run by Caroleen Christoff-Bakardjiev (curator of.....  more
    Amazing property located in an old village in the periphery of Torino. Beautifully restored and transformed into a museum of contemporary art smartly run by Caroleen Christoff-Bakardjiev (curator of.....  more »
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  • One of Italy‚Äôs most prestigious contemporary art museum, Castello di Rivoli, hosts regular top-notch temporary exhibitions that dialogue with its world renowned permanent collection. The Iconic backdrop where modern and contemporary pieces are set against the beautiful but somehow fainted baroque wall paintings, has become one of its main signs of identity. On top of that, the building has a charismatic aura of its own, like a phantom palace set against the fairy-tale backdrop of the Alps.
  • Terrible organisation. There were lots of staff standing around with badges on, but only 1 selling tickets to a long line that went out and across the courtyard. Even the people who had bought tickets online were forced to queue up and get a physical ticket, which is ridiculous. The building is beautiful and must be really interesting, but sadly no information was available about the castle. Disappointing overall.

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