Architecture is one of the cornerstones of modernism: it is the skyline of its utopias and also of its nightmares, and it is the setting of the transformations that have taken place in our way of life. Avant-garde art is crisscrossed with architecture in a multiplicity of ways, to the point that it cannot be fully understood without it.

Through fifteen selected art works, examined in relation to three fundamental axes (construction, people and projects), we will cover a large part of the chronological and spatial spectrum offered by the Collection, using an integrative perspective.