In conjunction with Intesa Sanpaolo, Turin’s GAM museum is hosting an exhibition charting a highly productive period for Italian art: between the close of the Great War and the end of the Second World War. 25 years of history are charted in over 130 artworks from the museum as well as pieces from the Galleria Sabauda; the two public collections frame a significant selection of 75 masterpieces from the extensive private collection of the Milanese lawyer Giuseppe Iannaccone.

Curated by Annamaria Bava, Director of Heritage at the Musei Reali, GAM’s director Riccardo Passoni and the curator of the Iannaccone collection Rischa Paterlini, the exhibition is designed to highlight the therapeutic role of art, a medium for healing that improves the health of both body and soul through beauty.

The exhibition will be raising funds for cancer research charity Fondazione Piemontese per la Ricerca sul Cancro Onlus to mark its 35th anniversary, and will be opened by Italy’s Minister for Culture, Dario Franceschini. It is made possible through a partnership with Fondazione CRT and Intesa Sanpaolo.

In operation since 1986, Fondazione Piemontese per la Ricerca sul Cancro Onlus has launched a major project thanks to the generosity of over three million supporters – individuals, local associations, foundations, businesses and institutions. Istituto di Candiolo IRCCS has become an outstanding international cancer research institute that serves the whole community with its dedicated doctors, researchers, nurses and technicians. As it reaches its 35-year milestone, the Foundation is embarking on plans to extend the Institute, providing patients, doctors and researchers with additional space for treatment and research in the coming years.

from 05.05.2021 to 12.09.2021
Opening hours
from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

In compliance with the Decree-Law n. 52 of 4/22/2021, with the DPCM of 3/2/2021 and with the note of the Ministry of Culture of 04/22/2021, on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, public access to the Foundation’s Museums will only be on reservation (online or by telephone booking), which must be made at least one day in advance.


  • full ticket: 12,00 €
  • reduced ticket: 10,00 € (from 6 to 18 years, from 18 to 25 years if students, visitors with disabilities, associations with agreements
  • free entry for children under 6 years old, an accompanying person of visitors with disabilities, people entitled to
  • full exhibition and museum ticket: 16,00 €
  • reduced exhibition and museum ticket: 14,00 €

Ticket office closes one hour before closing time.