Panza: Discovering Infinity (2018)

By the time of his death in 2010, over the course of half a century, Giuseppe Panza amassed a priceless collection of more than 2,500 pieces of contemporary art. But, Panza's mission wasn't... See full summary »

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By the time of his death in 2010, over the course of half a century, Giuseppe Panza amassed a priceless collection of more than 2,500 pieces of contemporary art. But, Panza's mission wasn't to own great art, it was to share it with the world. Panza donated or sold most of his collection to museums around the world, notably the Guggenheim in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (LA MOCA), and Villa Panza, Italy. Yet few of the viewing public know his name nor the vast contributions he made to the art world through his patronage. The documentary film of Giuseppe Panza di Biumo's life, Panza: Discovering Infinity, chronicles all the important moments that shaped Panza as a man and as a collector - from a lonely childhood, to a near death experience in adolescence, to escaping the Fascists in Switzerland, discovering spirituality, philosophy and love, and the freedom of American Abstract Art, to the birth of an art collection and his fight to keep it together for all to ...

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PANZA: DISCOVERING INFINITY is the biographical documentary of renowned Italian art collector, Giuseppe Panza, di Biumo, whose spiritual quest for divine beauty led him to amass a priceless collection of contemporary art, now gracing museums around the world.

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