The exhibition by Maurizio Nannucci (1939, Florence) contained only one new piece,a five-meter-long neon text reading No More Than Fifty Thousand Tourists Have Visited The Antarctic (2003), which the artist donated to the museum in 2015. The work was dispalyed with the Zona People exhibition that Nannucci had organized, and it was intended to draw visitors’ attention to several other works already in the museum’s collection. These included the four neon pieces, Art, Sign, Light, Text, which are hanging in the museum’s stairways since it first opened and were since then offered to the museum by its Friends' Association. As you climb up the stairs, you can read Nannucci’s artistic program: his Art depends on using Signs made of Light, often used to write a Text. The piece illuminates what lies at the heart of the artist’s work, i.e., his process.