This show, the last one scheduled for the gallery's summer season, will be the first of a series where international art collectors will be invited to showcase a selection of artists from their private collection who are most meaningful to them. This way, the collector takes over the role of the curator, and becomes an active participant in the exhibition. The gallery is looking to explore new paths, and wishes to make the general public aware of the new roles that are emerging in the arts world, always more oriented towards the promotion of young and very young authors. And it's precisely to support the work of new artists that collectors, who are in close contact with them through the art market and, even more, thanks to the new Internet and social media platforms, become precious points of reference not just for galleries but also, and mostly, for artists. Since the 80s, there have been a thriving number of virtuous collectors who pay close attention to novelties, are receptive to new artistic languages and are capable of polarizing the attention on the artists they collect. Recalling a few prestigious examples, we mention Charles Saatchi, who had a prominent role in the formation of the Young British Artists, or, more recently, key figures of contemporary patronage and collecting, such as Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo or the duo Bertelli & Prada.