Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo is pleased to re-open to the public on 18 May, after a period of extended closure during the country’s lockdown. Following the approval of the regional authorities, the foundation joins with museums and galleries across Italy re-opening their doors this week.

To ensure the health and safety of its staff and visitors, strict measures have been put in place to give everyone confidence during their time at the Fondazione. All visitors must pre-book their visit, and are asked to wear masks. A maximum of 15 people will be allowed in the galleries at any one time, with social distancing enforced throughout the building, and a rigorous cleaning regime in order.

Whilst Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo will be physically open, it will continue to use digital initiatives to enhance its programming to provide access to those who cannot visit in-person. This includes educational and curatorial initiatives, such as exhibition walk throughs of Berlinde de Bruyckere’s Aletheia and the Fondazione’s cultural mediation service.

Whilst the Fondazione is pleased to welcome visitors to its space in Turin once again, the re-opening of its spaces remain under constant review, and the foundation will continue to observe all the guidelines issued by the national and local authorities.

Visitors must pre-arrange their visit, by sending an email to
with the date and the time of their visit (from Monday, from 10 to 18, also calling to: +39 0113797600).

Abbonamento Musei cardholders are asked to give their name, card number and phone number when booking their visit.

Exhibition Opening days

(unless otherwise communicated by the authorities)

Monday 18 May, 12pm-7pm (free entrance)

Saturday 23 May, 12pm-7pm

Sunday 24 May, 12pm-7pm

Saturday 30 May, 12pm-7pm

Sunday 31 May, 12pm-7pm

Tuesday 2 June, 12pm-7pm

Saturday 6 June, 12pm-7pm

Sunday 7 June, 12pm-7pm