Warehouse, a former factory converted into a centre for production and promotion of contemporary art, has maintained the readability and versatility of the prior space by adopting the features of a white cube. Its 800 square meters of exhibition space is divided between main gallery, mono room and project room and furthermore 1600 square meters of laboratories and educational areas.
Warehouse is a dynamic container that goes beyond the traditional concept of art gallery across its forms of production carried out in residence, in the project room, and through the educational program addressed to the territory and developed in collaboration with the artists of the gallery.
Like a construction site Warehouse moves towards the experimentation of different languages, towards the production and the fruition of contemporary art, through the various events in the Main gallery, the Mono room and the Project room. Warehouse presents itself as a pole of attraction and of cultural production where to develop, through a fluent program, a continuous dialogue between the territory and the important European experiences.
The spacious and bright spaces of the Main gallery, dynamized by the presence of two pillars, hosts solo and duo shows of young artists. The program of Warehouse, from autumn of 2010, foresees the simultaneous opening of the exhibitions of the Main, the Mono and the Project room.
The Mono room, adjacent to the Main, is designed to accommodate individual projects, which require a spatial concentration and, therefore, of great visual attention. The exhibitions exposed in the Mono room have the peculiar characteristic of originality and preciousness.
The Project room is purely experimental and gives hospitality to the site-specific projects, often designed and made by artists in residence. The Project room is L-shaped, and the space is fully visible from the outside through the windows of the long side. An opening on the short side leads you directly to the Camp.