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The Museo di Arte Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto ("Mart") offers the content published on this website (the "site") for the purposes of building on its statutory mission of promoting knowledge of its holdings and of all studies associated with it. In using the Mart website, the user excepts without limitation the conditions making it usable. The Mart reserves the right to review these conditions at any time and without prior notice.

Such revisions in the conditions of use come into immediate force. Any user who does not accept said conditions current at the time of access to the site is invited not to consult the Mart website.


One the Mart website, all content (texts, audio, video, images, products and services; collectively the "Content") accessible on or via it, are made available to the users without in any way endorsing the use the users themselves may make of it.
All rights concerning the use of the images of works of art displayed on every page of the site belong to their respective copyright holders. Anyone downloading, using or distributing Content found on or through the site may in no way claim to have fulfilled any obligations towards the holders of any rights in said Content.
Exceptions to this are the tests, images and audio or video content present on the Site’s press office page, which are available to journalists exclusively for the purposes of journalism and within the bounds of reporting, and of the essentialness and truthfulness of the information.
The Mart’s website may content or link to Content created or loaded by third parties ("Third-party content"). Third-party content does not necessarily represent the opinions of the Mart, of its management, its employees or collaborators, and does not necessarily respect the criteria for the protection of privacy observed by the Content present on the Mart’s site. The Mart does not control, monitor, endorse or guarantee Third-party content in any way. In no case may the Mart be deemed responsible directly or indirectly for damage or loss caused by the use or reference to Content found on or through our Site.
The Mart may not be deemed responsible for any harmful activities resulting from the downloading or use of the Content present on its website or accessible through it.
The Content present on the Mart Site may be changed or removed without prior notice.


The names, marks, logos and coordinated graphic elements that appear on the Mart site are registered or unregistered marks owned by the Mart and may not be used except by written agreement from the Mart. It is possible that the marks of third parties also appear on the Mart site. These too may not be used except by written agreement from the Mart.


The images and audio and video content present on the Mart website, and in particular in our press office page, are available to journalists exclusively for press purposes and within the limits imposed by the right to report, the essentialness and truthfulness of the information.


Registering for the Mart newsletter enables the user to keep in regular contact with the museum’s activities, to enjoy exclusive content and receive early notice of events of interest to our users. In order to register, the user must provide some personal details, which include a name, a surname, email address, city and province of residence. The information provided can be modified at any time.


In order to process any bookings and any other services associated with the visit to our museum, on the Mart site or through those of third parties, the Mart reserves the possibility of requesting personal details.


EU Regulation 2016/679 relating to “protecting people as regards Data Processing as well as the free circulation of this data” requires safeguards for people and other subjects relating to personal data processing. Mart, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto - as processing data controller pursuant to articles 13 and 14 of EU regulation 2016/679, informs you that the personal data supplied to the data controller will be processed in accordance with legal principles and requirements. Your personal data will be processed in accordance with personal data protection laws and, in particular, the principle of coherence, lawfulness and transparency, storage limitations and data minimising, pursuant to articles 5 and 25 of the Regulation. This notice relates solely to the Mart, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto - website and not to any other websites users may consult via links. This notice is also inspired by Recommendation 2/2001 which the European data protection authorities gathered in the group set up by article 29 of EU directive 95/46 adopted on 17th May 2001 to identify certain minimum requirements for online data collection and, in particular, the methods, time frames and nature of the information which data controllers have to supply to users when they use web pages for whatever purpose. In particular this notice supplies the following information:

1) Identity and contact details of the data controller and data protection officer

The data protection officer is Mart, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto – tax code 96016110221, VAT number 01262530221 –  registered offices Rovereto, Corso Bettini 43. The data controller can be contacted on:
- E-mail:
- PEC:
Pursuant to the requirements of article 37 of EU Regulation 2016/679, Mart has appointed QSA srl as Data Protection Officer. Contacts:

2) Processing purposes

With the exception of surfing data as specified, users are free to supply the personal data shown in request forms to Mart, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto - or under contacts to sign up to its newsletter, request information or other communications. Failure to supply such data may make request fulfilment impossible. Personal data is collected by electronic or otherwise automated tools for a time frame strictly limited to that required for the fulfilment of the purposes for which it was collected. Specific safety measures are observed to prevent data loss, illegal or inappropriate use and non-authorised access.

3) Data categories processed

Surfing data
During normal working, the IT systems and software procedures required for the functioning of this site collects certain personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of internet communication protocols. This is information which is not collected with the intention of linking it to identified parties but whose very nature may enable such users to be identified via processing and linking with data stored by third parties. This data category comprises, by way of example, IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by users connecting to the site, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation addresses of the resources requested, request times, methods used to submit requests to the server, dimensions of the files obtained in response, number codes indicating the state of the server data response (positive outcome, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the user’s operating system and IT environment. This data is used solely for the purposes of collecting anonymous statistical information on use of the website and to check its correct functioning and is eliminated immediately. Such data may be used for responsibility checks in the event of hypothetical IT offences damaging the site: with the exception of this, web contact data is not stored for more than seven days.

Data shared voluntarily by the site’s users
Optional, explicit and voluntary sending of email messages to the addresses shown on this site leads to the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s email address as required to respond to requests and any other personal data given in such emails. Specific summary notices will be shown or viewable on the site’s pages in relation to specific services requested.


4) Cookies uses cookies to make its services straightforward and effective for website users. Users viewing the site will have a minimal quantity of information entered into the devices used whether these are computers or mobile devices, in the form of small text files called cookies saved in the directories used by the user’s web browsers. There are various types of cookies, some of which improve site user friendliness and others which are required for certain functions.

These are the various types of cookies used by in accordance with its use functions.

Technical cookies
Cookies of this type are required for correct functioning of certain parts of the site. These fall into two categories: persistent and session cookies. Persistent - once a browser is closed these are not destroyed but remain for a pre-fixed time frame; session - these are destroyed every time a browser is closed. These cookies are always sent by our domain and serve for correct site viewing and the technical services offered and will thus always be used and sent unless users modify their browser settings (thus limiting website viewing).

Analytic cookies

The cookies in this category are used for website use information gathering purposes. uses this data for anonymous statistical information gathering purposes in order to improve site use and make its contents more interesting and relevant to user preferences. This type of cookie gathers anonymous data on user activities and how they got to the site. Cookies of this type are sent by the site itself and by third party domains.

Third party service analysis cookies

These cookies are used for the purposes of gathering information on site use by users in anonymous form such as: pages visited, time spent on the site, origins of provenance traffic, geographical provenance, age, gender and interests for marketing campaign purposes. These cookies are sent by third party domains external to the website.

Cookies integrating third party software products and functions

This type of cookie integrates functions developed by third parties within the site’s pages, such as icons and preferences expressed in social networks for the purposes of sharing site contents or for the use of third party software services (such as map generation software and others offering supplementary services). These cookies are sent by third party domains and partner websites offering functions on the site’s pages.

Profiling cookies

These are cookies required to create user profiles for the purposes of sending advertising messages in accordance with preferences shown by users on the site’s pages. does not use profiling cookies. Pursuant to the current legislation is not required to ask consent for technical and analytics cookies as these are necessary to the provision of the services requested.

For all other types of cookie, consent can be expressed by users via one or more of the following methods:
 - via specific settings in a browser or relative IT programme used to surf the pages making up the site;
- by modifying third party services use settings.
Both these may make using or viewing parts of the site impossible.

Websites and third party services
The site may contain links to other websites with their own privacy policies which may differ from that used by and Mart cannot answer for these sites.

Cookies used by

CK_ISIP_NAVIGATION_PATH Technical cookie for user surfing management
ISIPSESSION Technical cookie for user session management
ISIPSESSION_TRACK Technical cookie for user session management
JSESSIONID Technical cookie for user session management

*** Google Analytics technical cookie

*** AddThis
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loc, mus, ouid, ssc, uid, uvc Enabling AddThis to function

Third party cookies:
*** Facebook
The website’s pages incorporate Facebook widgets and sharing tabs, these use cookies created by Facebook. Notice:
*** AddThis
Social bookmarking plug-in. This bookmarking and sharing service enables users to add favourites and share the site’s contents on various social networks. Policy:
*** Youtube
Some pages may incorporate video contents which may require Youtube cookies. Policy:
*** Issuu
Some pages may incorporate video contents which may require Issuu cookies.

How to disable cookies via browser settings:

Open the Chrome browser
Click on the Chrome settings menu in the browser tools tab alongside the surfing URL enter window
Select settings
Click on Show Advanced Settings
In the Privacy section click the Contents Settings tab

In the Cookie section you can modify the following cookie related settings:
Enable local data saving
Modify local data until browser closure only
Block sites from sending cookies
Block third party cookies and site data
Manage exceptions for certain websites
Eliminate one or all cookies

For further information visit the specific page:

Mozilla Firefox
Open the Firefox browser
Click on the Chrome settings menu in the browser tools tab alongside the surfing URL enter window
Select options
Select the Privacy panel
Click on Show Advanced Settings
In the Privacy section click the Contents Settings tab

In the Tracing section you can modify the following cookie related settings:
Require sites not to implement tracing of any kind
Communicate your willingness to be traced to sites
Communicate no personal data tracing preferences

From the Chronology section you can:
Enable Use Personalised Settings, accept third party cookies (always, from the sites most frequently visited or never) and retain them for a fixed period (until expiry, closure of Firefox or ask each time).
Remove the individual cookies stored

For more information visit the specific page:

Internet Explorer
Open the Internet Explorer browser
Click on the Tools tab and select Internet Options
Click on the Privacy menu and modify the drop down tool in the Settings section according to the cookie function desired:
Block all cookies
Allow all cookies
Select the sites from which to accept cookies: move the cursor into an intermediate position in order not to block or allow all cookies, then select Sites and in the Website Addresses box enter a website and then press Block or Consent.

For further information visit the specific page:
Internet Explorer 7 and 8 -
Internet Explorer 9 -

Safari 6
Open the Safari browser
Click on Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy
In the Block Cookies section specify how Safari is to deal with cookies from websites.
To view which sites have stored cookies on your device click Details.

For further information visit the specific page:

Safari iOS (mobile devices)
Open the Safari iOS browser
Select Settings and then Safari
Select Block Cookies and choose between the various options: Never, Third Party and Advertisers or Always
To eliminate all the Cookies stored by Safari, select Settings, then Safari and lastly Cancel Cookies and data

For further information visit the specific page:

Open the Opera browser
Click Preferences and then Advanced and lastly Cookies
Select one of the following options:
Accept all cookies
Accept cookies only from the sites you visit: third party cookies and those sent from a domain other than the site you are visiting will be refused
Never accept cookies: cookies will never be saved

For further information visit the specific page:

How to disable third party cookies

Google services



5) Data communication, sharing and dissemination

The data gathered may be transferred or communicated to other firms which Mart, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto - uses for services for activities strictly linked and instrumental to the performance of the service required, such as IT system management, for example. Outside these cases, data will be communicated to no-one with the exception of legally mandatory communications, i.e. those necessary for the purposes of checking the truthfulness of declarations.

6) Data transfer abroad

The data gathered will not be transferred abroad.

7) Personal data storage period

The data gathered will be stored for a period of time not exceeding that required for the purposes for which it was processed (storage limitation principle, article 5, EU Reg. 2016/679) or on the basis of legally fixed deadlines. Obsolescence checks on the data stored will be periodically performed in accordance with the purposes for which it was gathered.

8) Rights of interested parties

As an interested party you have the rights specified in article 15 and subsequent of EU Reg. 2016/679, set out as follows:

Data access, rectification and elimination, portability, processing limitations and revocation of consent rights
a) Pursuant to EU Reg. 2016/679 you have the right to require the data controller to give you access to your data as well as to require it to be rectified or eliminated. Within 30 days of your request you will receive confirmation in written form, including via email.
b) You also have the right to refuse processing or require that it be limited for legitimate reasons and in the circumstances set out in articles 18 and 21 of EU Reg. 2016/679.
c) You can revoke your consent to data processing for the purposes set out in the present notice at any time.
d) Lastly, you can exert your right to data portability, requiring the data controller to pass these on to a different data controller.
Exerting the rights indicated above requires using one of the data controller's address as shown in point 1.

Right to complain to the supervisory authorities
a) You have the right to complain to the supervisory authorities in the event that you believe that your data has been used in ways that are contrary to current legislation.

9) Automatic decision making processes and profiling

No automatic decision making processes, including profiling, are used.