The National Gallery of Modern Art, Rome
Founded at the end of the 19th Century, it aimed at creating a collection open to the artistic tendencies of the Italian and European avant-garde. The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art (GNAM) is hosted by the Palazzo delle Belle Arti in Rome, where it is an important reference point for both monographic exhibitions by famous artists and for its permanent collection, including: Mondrian, Burri, da De Chirico and Kounellis.
The National Gallery of Modern Art is the most important museum in Italy of its kind, as a result of the number of works included in its collection.
The full patrimony is estimated at more than 4,400 works including paintings, sculptures and about 13,000 drawings and prints by, mainly Italian, 19th and 20th Century artists.