Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli

Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli

Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli
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  • PB123
    Boca Raton, Florida721 contributions
    Small & Interesting Collection
    The collection is situated in a purpose-built 450 square meter structure (Lo scringo) raised 34 metres on the roof of the old FIST factory. It is worth a detour to see the re-purposing of the FIAT Lingotto factory into a mixed-use space by “starchitect”Renzo Piano. On the roof is a garden with the test race track. The gallery is up on top. Although the displayed collection is small it is comprised of Picasso, Manet, Matisse, Renoir, Modigliani, Tiepolo, Canaletto & Canova. As it is the Agnelli’s private collection I thought it was better to see it small, focused and of high quality. Some may find it too small and focused. There is also another exhibition space (Lee Lozano through until July) and a industrial design area that is part of the cafe. I think it is well with the visit combined with a walk around the test track.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 18, 2023
  • JJJC_Family
    810 contributions
    Ultra small collection
    Up on top of the old Fiat factory in Turin where the test track still exists is a tiny building that serves as an exhibition space for the Agnelli’s art collection or part of it. The building is tiny because the collection is tiny, maybe a couple of dozen pictures at most. Admittedly, there are some pretty good pieces by top artists, but it’s an appetizer not an entree. You will be done in maybe 10 minutes, 15 at most. Is it worth it? Yes, if you are going to the mall underneath anyway or you are staying at the Doubletree where you will get a discount card. There’s a bar/cafe there, too. What’s nice is after you are finished you can go and walk on a pathway carved out of the test track. It has some great views of the mountains. By the way, the mall underneath has a pretty good food court and there is a movie theater that has on some days a movie or two in English.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 22, 2023
  • Jacq
    10 contributions
    Beautiful architecture, beautiful art, historic location.
    25 stunning works of art from the private Fiat family collection. Including Picasso, Matisse, Renoir, Canaletto and Manet. In a studding Renzo Piano building on the famous Fiat test track. Now with some beautiful planting and sculpture. Rounded off with a rooftop cocktail in the bar, a great find well worth a visit.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written September 5, 2023
  • Saul M
    London, United Kingdom11 contributions
    Amazing building. Messed up by additions. AVOID the gallery.
    Spectacular building, ruined by additions (does the racetrack really need bushes!?!) Avoid the art collection - €10 for a dozen or so paintings. Some of the paintings are great BUT it’s tiny and outrageously expensive. Just pay the €2 to get to the roof (and be disappointed by how they’ve ruined the building - it’s so difficult to appreciate the rooftop test track). Also, look at the ramps inside the shopping centre - they’re at least intact and still look wonderful.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written October 17, 2023
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PhilKennedy
Sutton, UK98 contributions
Jan 2023 • Solo
It’s a great building, preserving many of the features of the Fiat factory, such as the spiral ramps and the rooftop test track. The rooftop views are also impressive.

But the gallery is poorly signposted from outside and so confusing inside with its different levels and lifts that it’s hardly worth the trouble given how few paintings are on display.

I’m sure my lack of Italian played a part, but it was frustrating to be sent from the ground floor ticket office to a 4th floor ticket office, taking the wrong lift, being given the wrong ticket, going back to the ground floor to leave my coat and then being challenged on the 5th floor for having the wrong ticket for the gallery. On the 3rd floor they told me I would have to go back to the 4th to take the lift to the ground floor to collect my Turin card from my coat which I would then need to use to get the correct ticket from the 4th floor ticket office, at which point I could go back down to the 3rd floor to resume the exhibition. That’s when I gave up.
Written January 1, 2023
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PB123
Boca Raton, FL721 contributions
Apr 2023 • Couples
The collection is situated in a purpose-built 450 square meter structure (Lo scringo) raised 34 metres on the roof of the old FIST factory. It is worth a detour to see the re-purposing of the FIAT Lingotto factory into a mixed-use space by “starchitect”Renzo Piano. On the roof is a garden with the test race track. The gallery is up on top. Although the displayed collection is small it is comprised of Picasso, Manet, Matisse, Renoir, Modigliani, Tiepolo, Canaletto & Canova. As it is the Agnelli’s private collection I thought it was better to see it small, focused and of high quality. Some may find it too small and focused. There is also another exhibition space (Lee Lozano through until July) and a industrial design area that is part of the cafe. I think it is well with the visit combined with a walk around the test track.
Written April 18, 2023
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JJJC_Family
Virginia810 contributions
Apr 2023 • Couples
Up on top of the old Fiat factory in Turin where the test track still exists is a tiny building that serves as an exhibition space for the Agnelli’s art collection or part of it. The building is tiny because the collection is tiny, maybe a couple of dozen pictures at most. Admittedly, there are some pretty good pieces by top artists, but it’s an appetizer not an entree. You will be done in maybe 10 minutes, 15 at most. Is it worth it? Yes, if you are going to the mall underneath anyway or you are staying at the Doubletree where you will get a discount card. There’s a bar/cafe there, too. What’s nice is after you are finished you can go and walk on a pathway carved out of the test track. It has some great views of the mountains. By the way, the mall underneath has a pretty good food court and there is a movie theater that has on some days a movie or two in English.
Written June 23, 2023
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betty R
5 contributions
Feb 2023
For petrol heads a visit to the old FIAT factory and test track was a real test. Brilliant reimagining of the old factory which also gives stunning views of the city, mountains and hills. Wonderful to walk the track and also to see some amazing art from the Agnelli collection, several Picasso, Manet, a Modigliani and some canelettos.
Written February 19, 2023
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trvlin_man
United States299 contributions
Oct 2019 • Friends
Would rate it much lower because of staff unfriendliness (was warned against taking photos multiple times). But the rooftop made up for it.

The highlight was access to the rooftop Fiat test track which has to be seen to be believed. Get the same view of Lingotto factory and Torino that playboy jet-setter Gianni Agnelli enjoyed from his rooftop office. A really lovely afternoon view that washed away the clerks’ attitudes.
Written September 23, 2020
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Lovett17
Claygate United Kingdom50 contributions
Feb 2020
Well worth the effort using lifts and stairs to this small but outstanding rooftop gallery. Canalettos, Matisse and Picassosform the core. Quiet and unhurried and free using the voucher from the NH Lingotto Hotel downstairs. Also an opportunity to see the old FIAT test track in the sky.
Written February 3, 2020
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Jacq
10 contributions
Sep 2023 • Couples
25 stunning works of art from the private Fiat family collection. Including Picasso, Matisse, Renoir, Canaletto and Manet. In a studding Renzo Piano building on the famous Fiat test track. Now with some beautiful planting and sculpture. Rounded off with a rooftop cocktail in the bar, a great find well worth a visit.
Written September 5, 2023
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RodDeeRoads
Dublin Ireland125 contributions
Aug 2019
This is a must see site in Turin if you have even the slightest interest in art. It consists of "just" 24 works... from the private Agnelli collection. But oh are they sublime !! There are 22 paintings: 6 Canalettos, 2 Bellottos, 7 Matizes, 2 Picassos, a Renoir, a Modigliani, a Guido Reni and 2 pieces from the Modern Futurists school. There are also 2 superb Canova sculptures. Every one of them a masterpiece. Obviously you could spend a long time looking at such a fabulous collection but equally, if time is tight, it's the sort of place that you could do reasonably quickly. It is easily accessed at the end of the metro line about 20 minutes from the city centre. The building that houses the museum is itself a wonderful and clever piece of architecture and sits on top of the old Fiat factory, which is now a shopping centre. As an extra bonus, you can walk out onto the roof to what was once famous as Fiat's test track, complete with banked curves at both ends.
Written August 30, 2019
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reddiguy
Redditch, UK609 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
No, we really were not that interested in the small collection of art on display in the gallery, which is certainly not worth the 10 Euros it costs if paying separately. However, by paying to visit the Gallery you get access to the famous fiat test track included. And THAT was what we came for.

I think the reports of the ‘stern’ lady are from people who arrive at the Gallery and think they can just stroll onto the track unopposed. Unfortunately not. You pay to enter the Gallery (whether you really want to see the art or not) in order to access the track. Know this in advance, and I’m sure, like us, you will get a polite welcome from the staff.

The good news is that this is one of the ‘museums’ you can choose if you buy the 23 Euro Day Card from the Tourist Information Office in the city. We visited the excellent Egyptian Museum (which would have been 13 Euros) and the equally excellent Automobile Museum (12 Euros) and so it felt like we got the Gallery/Test Track for free!

The Lingotto is easy to get to, since it is the last stop on the Turin metro. There are shops and restaurants there, too.

One last thing… finding the Gallery is not the easiest thing, so plan it in advance. You need to find the book shop on the main shopping floor, then take the lift (elevator) up to the Gallery. Once you step out of the lift, the door to the track is on your right. Just don’t try and make a run for it if you haven’t first paid for your Gallery visit!
Written February 15, 2017
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GranZorro
Zug, Switzerland1,504 contributions
Mar 2022
It is well known that the Agnelli family, owners of FIAT, are Italy's wealthiest.
Their taste in art is quite impeccable, and opening some of it for public view is certainly commendable.
Written March 16, 2022
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