OGR Torino – the acronym stands for “Officine Grandi Riparazioni” (literally: Major Repairs Workshops) – is a unique centre of culture and innovation in Europe, dedicated to artistic, musical, scientific, technological and entrepreneurial experiments.

The building formerly housed train repair workshops in the 19th century. The Officine stand in the heart of Turin on an area of 35,000 square metres, entirely redeveloped by Fondazione CRT and then returned to the city to be opened up to new horizons of collaboration, creation and conviviality.

Since 2017, the OGR Cult has welcomed visitors with site-specific art exhibitions – created thanks to the collaboration with international partners such as Tate, MoMA PS1 and la Caixa – and concerts by great national and international musicians and bands.