The great thing about teaching in a city that you haven’t been to before is that your free time usually turns into one big discovery tour. I love to hunt down the best coffee spots, the tastiest eateries, a city’s essential shopping spots and of course the most inspirational art. I was lucky enough to see a whole bunch of exhibitions last week in Turin, Italy. During two afternoons I visited the photography museum Camera, Turin’s Modern Art Gallery GAM and the private collection of Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, and was somewhat surprised to find so much great art in this rather small city. Thanks NOD for inviting me over, I’m already looking forward to my next stay.