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Museo Morandi, Bologna
(2.8/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • New very clean facilities were exhibited works of art and Morandi were pretty far away from the center that moved previously had seems to be in the heart of the city, but very easy to navigate. Art is too much sense didn't know but everyday Morandi's still lifes were really clean.
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  • In a wing of the MaMbo you can admire the work of Giorgio Morandi, considered one of the greatest artists of the ' 900. The many works on display testify all the artistic development of the artist, which is clearly explained in the various panels and in a movie. Art lovers should not miss this Museum, but even non-experts can appreciate these works, seemingly simple and trivial, but which conceal an immense job of processing.
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  • I think that this museum should enjoy fans painting in General and creativity Morandi in particular.
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  • I went for David Bowie's exhibition and it was great. There were a lot of different rooms and each of them were very interesting and we'll thought.
  • Molto molto bello
  • David Bowie exhibit is 5 stars! MAMBo permanent collection is a dud. Do not pay the 6 euros for the permanent collection.
  • Good permanent collection. Very interesting work, and easy to take it all in in one visit. I only wish they had more substantial temporary exhibits. For visitors to Bologna that are art lovers, though, this is a great stop.
  • The MAMbo is situated near the old harbour, interesting site. I've seen a temporary exhibition of Pier Paolo Pasolini, one of the most influential and controversial artists in modern Italy. There was also a second floor with contemporary art, mostly italian artists. I can really recommend going, also there is a nice Café which sometimes turns into a club and the museum shop is also worthwhile (nice book about how to make pasta!)