Turin is one of the most important cities in Northern Italy and Piedmont’s regional capital, historically known for being Italy’s first capital.
Focal point of Italian industry during the XX Century, nowadays it has changed radically its identity, becoming one of the most interesting European cultural pole, by a renewal of the museum system and unique projects.
Moreover, Turin has one of the most renowned culinary tradition in the whole world, specifically it’s known for Gianduja and the ancient chocolatier craft, in a territory where some of the most appreciated wines in the world are produced.
Club To Club is the perfect occasion to discover every side of the city, from the royal side, heritage of Savoia royal dynasty, to the industrial, with her impressive building, to the contemporary side.
Club To Club takes place during the Contemporary Art Week, which allows you to experience Turin at its liveliest. It’s the most important event organized by Contemporary Art, pole of Piedmond and Turin for contemporary art.
Artissima is the most important and enduring art exposition in Italy, which has became one of key events for every art-lover in Europe. Paratissima is the focal point for the art innovation where young artist can expose their works. Moreover, Contemporary Art Week organizes The Others, where the most experimental works are exposed. During this period of the year, Turin is decorated by the stunning lights of Luci d’Artista, created by some the most important contemporary public artists.