Today it is no longer active, but it was the exhibition space of Fondazione Sorgente Group inside the headquarters of the Sorgente Group in via del Tritone 134. The exhibition space was being inaugurated with an exhibition devoted to Art Nouveau, entitled “Un angolo di Art Nouveau a Roma” (A corner of Art Nouveau in Rome). This event was the debut of the new space which was included in the Romaexhibit, Art and Exhibition in Rome. An agreement subscribed by the major Roman exhibition spaces and museums, with the aim of promoting and organizing the cultural events and shows in town. The light-filled venue on the corner of via del Tritone and via del Boccaccio, with its large window fronts, contained a selection of sculpture, furniture, objets of art and paintings emblematic of this art movement that started in France and central Europe and swiftly spread to other countries, including Italy. From the building’s spacious lobby lined with golden yellow and black marble, the typical colours of the Art Nouveau movement, known as ‘Liberty’ in Italy, visitors enter the exhibition space, opening the armour-plated door as if to step into a treasure chamber. The versatile design of this exhibition space made it well-suited for the wide range of events and showed that the Fondazione Sorgente Group is keen to host. Thanks to this new exhibition space, the Foundation has been able to actively promote its own art collections, exhibiting its holdings and arranging a variety of cultural events and temporary exhibitions devoted to a variety of themes.