The extraordinary dimensions and the ability to captivate and enthrall the visitor make this one of the most significant locations in European art. The volumes of the five superimposed galleries are defined by the constantly changing relationship between space and light. The first gallery is a subterranean space ideal for video projections while the second on the entrance floor is flooded with light from the open front and cuts at the back. The third floor is half gallery and half terrace while the fourth is only lit from above. Finally the top floor gallery is a glass cube on the terrace used for hosting events and dinners.
Lia Rumma Contemporary Art Gallery