In the 20th century, a lot changed within the arts. And since then, many different styles have originated. The Municipal Gallery of Modern Art celebrates these changes in art and architecture through their displays and exhibitions.
Think of impressionism, expressionism, pointillism and other important developments in Italian art. In addition to the 130 plus collections of Italian art, the gallery features a library and archives. Scholars and enthusiasts can request access to the facility which is equipped with high-tech photographic and scientific research equipment. The catalogues are computerized for faster and easier browsing.
The gallery is located inside an ancient convent at the Barefooted Carmelites.
Tuesday to Thursday from 9.00 to 19.00
Sunday from 9.30 to 13.30
Full Price € 6.50
Via Francesco Crispi 24
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