The combination of the surname of the artist, Fuso, and the Latin term, “museum”, creates the Fuseum which was not only the museum, but also the home of Brajo and Bettina Fuso.

The complex includes various buildings, the park and the gallery.

Fuso also saw his museum as a “centre for artistic and cultural aggregation at everybody’s disposal“.

In 1980, a few months before his death, Fuso and his wife Bettina decided to donate the Fuseum complex to the Sodalizio di San Martino, to achieve this end.