The Alviani ArtSpace is located in the historic center of the city of Pescara. The Alviani ArtSpace is an exhibition space created in 2013 and is located within dell'Aurum of Pescara, which was once the liquor. The space is dedicated to Getullio Alviani, an internationally renowned artist and abstract kinetic art exponent and Italian. It is an artistic movement that is often the largest kinetic art movement primarily to optical illusions. The exhibition space hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and new technologies: electronic, kinetic and robotic. The Alviani ArtSpace is characterized by the presence of site-specific works that accompanies the visitor from its input: a black and white tunnel, made by Getullio Alviani in 1995. It is a work that wants to provoke optical illusions exploiting the color. The Tunnel creates his illusions with graphic art, whose surface is chromodynamics: presents the grids that create different effects to the viewer. The exhibition space enhances the figure of Alviani through research, visual and abstract art in relation to the actions of local and international emerging artists.