The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) is a museum in Casoria in the province of Naples. The idea for the museum was born on the initiative of the municipality of Casoria and the Campania region in 2003, as part of a campaign to regional revitalization under the title Una città per l'arte. The museum was inaugurated in 2005, under the direction of Antonio Manfredi, president of the nonprofit International Contemporary Art Center. The museum has an exhibition area of ​​3,500 m2. This is mainly the permanent collection of several thousand works of international artists dedicated. In April 2012 burned the museum works of his exhibition, to protest against austerity measures. These were introduced in the wake of the Italian sovereign debt crisis and have a particularly detrimental effect on the funding of art by private individuals from.