The entire collection can be seen on Flickr.
The museum preserves a collection of works created within its workshops, built in recent years through encounters with contemporary artists and the material of the local tradition, ceramics.
Established in 2004 with the donation of Mathieu Mercier, it has been expanding every year with equally prestigious names but also thanks to pieces by young artists, and it is constantly growing, as part of a collection of extremely heterogeneous works, as a testament to the versatility that even a material as traditional as ceramics can acquire upon encountering the contemporary.
The collection includes the works of:
Yuri Ancarani, Anemoi, Salvatore Arancio, Sergia Avveduti, Marco Basta/Alessandro Di Pietro/Michele Gabriele/Andrea Romano/Jonathan Vivacqua, Massimo Bartolini, Lorenza Boisi, Giulia Bonora, Chiara Camoni, Pierpaolo Campanini, Gianni Caravaggio, Arianna Carossa, David Casini, T-Yong Chung, Lorenzo Commisso, Giulia Dal Monte e Isabela Benavides, Natascia Fenoglio e Patrick Tuttofuoco, Christian Frosi e Diego Perrone, Alberto Garutti, Giovanni Giaretta, Francesco Gennari, Emma Hart, Eva Marisaldi, Simon Mc Grath, Mathieu Mercier, Maurizio Mercuri, Luca Monterastelli, Jonathan Monk, Caterina Morigi, Ornaghi & Prestinari, Chiara Pergola, Reut Rabuah e Rani Gilat, Marco Samorè, Daniel Silver, Luca Trevisani, Davide Valenti, Daniele Veronesi, Sislej Xhafa, Shafei Xia, Italo Zuffi.
Due to limited space, the collection is only partially set up for public display.