AlbumArte is independent and non-profit cultural association directed by Cristina Cobianchi and Scientific Committee composed by Cristiana Perrella, Adriana Polveroni and Paola Ugolini. It is committed to supporting and promoting contemporary art in Italy and abroad. It is not linked to any public or private collection and runs his research in absolute autonomy. Albumarte has collaborations with public institutions such as YUM | National Gallery of Modern Art, the MAXXI | National Museum of XXI Century Arts, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Italy, the Italian Embassy in Turkey, the French Cultural Institute in Italy, the Italian Institutes of Culture in Algiers, Istanbul and Prague, the 'Office of Cultural Affairs of the City of Paris, the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, the Italian Ministry of Cultural heritage and the Department of Culture of Roma Capitale. Albumarte has worked in many public and private spaces, among others GNAM, the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Auditorium Conciliazione in Rome, the Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, the Italian Cultural Institute, the University Bilgy, the SpazioX and Galata Rum Okulu-Greek School Galata, in Istanbul, the Italian Cultural Institute in Prague. Since 2011 AlbumArte produces various projects including Preview, an international program of artist residencies, video screening and talk, which involved the Italian Cultural Institutes abroad, foundations and foreign museums, qualified international curators and artists between such as: Flavio Favelli, Margherita Moscardini, Adrian Paci, Marinella Senatore, Elisabetta Benassi, Ra di Martino, Suat Öğüt, Ferhat Özgür, Neriman Polat, Anna Franceschini Gianni Politi. Two books were published on AlbumArte residences, the last one in 2015 by Maretti Editore entitled Flavio Favelli Grape Juice (Preview # 3 in Istanbul). From 2014 AlbumArte proposes a program of exhibitions, performances, videos and talk in his showroom of Rome, an old barn of Villa Poniatowsky, in Via Flaminia 122.