Giuseppe Panza

Giuseppe Panza di Biumo was one of the greatest Italian contemporary art collectors with a collection of over two thousand five hundred works, created between 1955 and 2010, now exhibited in the main contemporary art museums in the world. The collecting activity ranges from informal European art to pop art (1955-1965) to conceptual and environmental minimal art (1966-1976), also including organic and monochrome art (1987-2010) and sculptures from Africa and Mexico. An artistic and cultural heritage that includes some of the most influential names in Contemporary Art: Mark Rothko, Robert Rauschenberg, James Turrel, Jorge Segal, Antoni Tapies, Lawrence Weiner, Bruce Nauman, Joseph Kosuth and Roy Lichtenstein.