The Panza Collection is entirely a couple's affair. When my wife Giovanna and I discover works by a new artist, I look at her and she looks at me. I can see in her eyes if she wants to buy or not. So even between my wife and me, "looking" is a issue.

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The Panza Collection. And Selections from Major Gifts of Beatrice and Philip Gersh, Rita and Taft Schreiber, and Marcia Simon Weisman, celebrates a selection of works from the MOCA holdings, Los Angeles (August 20, 2012 - February 10, 2013).

San Fedele Gallery in Milan pays homage to Giuseppe Panza hosting works from the collection by Fulton, A. Graham, Griffin, Löhr, Long, Mahoney, Nonas, Sims e Lukas in Tra Natura e Spirito (October 2 - November 21).

The San Fedele Cultural Center hosts three interference paintings dated 1993 by David Simpson in the presbytery of  the adjacent 16th-century church. Later the Center receives the paintings as a gift from the Panza family. (Milan, from October 2012).


Lawrence Weiner. Opere 1969-1973 inaugurates the survey Esplorazioni, based on Giuseppe’s exhibition projects conceived for the Stables of the Villa, FAI - Villa and Panza Collection (January 24 - March 10, 2013).


On the occasion of the exhibition Giuseppe Panza di Biumo: dialoghi americani in Ca’ Pesaro works from American museums returned to Italy for the first time, in an ideal reunification of the collection’s three main currents (Venice, February 2 - May 4).

On December 11, 2014 and January 29, 2015 the l’Accademia Nazionale di San Luca in Rome organizes study days regarding the figure of  Giuseppe Panza. The first study day ends with the openinig of the exhibition Omaggio a Giuseppe Panza di Biumo. La passione della collezione which occupies the Accademia’s gallery on the third floor of Palazzo Carpegna with a selection of works from the collection (December 11, 2014 - January 31, 2015)


Gift to the City of Venice of 23 important works from the third collection by Arends, Carroll, Mahoney, Mangold, Nonas, Seliger, Simpson and Sims to be housed at the Fondazione Musei Civici Veneziani (April).

In April the Panza family donates three of the few holograms by Bruce Nauman; they were conceived for the museum’s Art & Technology program (1967-1971).

La percezione del futuro. La collezione Panza a Perugia, held at the National Gallery of Umbria and the Museo Civico di Palazzo della Penna, presents a selection of 91 artworks representative of the collection’s main thematic segments (June 20 - November 8, 2015).

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo acquires 45 installations, photographs, film, sculptures and drawings focusing on light, sound and language from the 1960s and 70s to the more recent developments in the 1980s. The acquisition includes works by Art & Language, Darboven, De Maria, Dibbets, Huebler, David Lamelas, Orr, Stephen Prina, Vercruysse, Wilson, Barry, Fulton, Gilbert & George, Highstein, Horn, Kosuth, LeWitt and Weiner; it is celebrated by the exhibition Looking at Tomorrow: Light and Language from the Panza Collection, 1967-1990 (October 24, 2015 - February 7, 2016).


About forty works by Kosuth, Cole, Kline, Weiner, Spalletti, Simpson, Sims, Flavin, Mahoney, Julia Mangold, Long, Rudel, Marden, Therrien and Seliger are temporary exhibited along the path, La Finestra sul Cortile. scorci di collezioni private, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, through the halls of the GAM Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Milano, where a selection of works coming from the Panza and Berlingeri private collections of contemporary art gives birth to a dialogue with the 1800s and 1900s museum works (23 novembre 2016 - 26 febbraio 2017).


For the first time the Guggenheim Museum in New York installs in close collaboration with Doug Wheeler PSAD Synthetic Desert III, based on the early drawings dated 1971 donated by Giuseppe Panza to the museum in 1992 (March, 24 - Agust, 2)

The MART Rovereto exhibition La materia della forma Collezione Panza di Biumo is the occasion to focus on the values of materials as seminal element in the work by: Bell, Carroll, Joubert, Kiecol, Löhr, Nonas, Schütte, Spalletti, Vercruysse (April,2 - July,4)

On a five-year loan (2017- 2022) to MART Rovereto four major works by Hamish Fulton, Hanne Darboven, Sol LeWitt and Joseph Kosuth find place in the permanent display of the museum.

From May 9 during the Biennale di Venezia 2017, the Fondazione Musei Civici Veneziani exhibits at Ca' Pesaro artworks by Richard Nonas, Stuart Arends, Lawrence Carroll and Gregory Mahoney selected from the recent Panza donation.