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Museo Novecento, Florence
(3.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum is in a fairly central area (in front of the Church Santa Maria Novella). Some interesting work, but overall the Museum is a notch below the GAM in Milan or Turin, for example.
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  • After visiting the lovely Church of Santa Maria Novella, decided to enter the Museum of modern art on the same area. A collection of 300 works by Italian artists of the 20th century impressions has not made any. Only a couple of works by Giorgio de Chirico and futurists. Rest-typical Italian art gallery contemporary art museums in Rome and Milan in comparison. I do not recommend boring.
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  • These days there is Majesty betrayed, an exhibition dedicated to the work of Gaetano Pesce to understand the suffering of the role of women in society. Through reinterpretations of design pieces by the artist and the exhibition of drawings and sketches, a group of students from the ISIA of Florence has created an exhibition on three salt that is considered itself a work circle. The representation has been entirely produced on site, working on pieces design with colors and special components, so as to make them unique and unrepeatable. The staging of the pieces was made with CGI, painting, producing texts and captions created by brush directly on site. A multisensory exhibition where even taste and smell receptors are active thematic message. Half an hour of full immersion into a work of art alive and multidimensional, where time and space are traversed by the visitor, the message itself indirectly protagonist with his mere presence.
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  • Ingresso libero means you pay for entry Rude staff who don't honor what's written online. Great location though.
  • A weak and quite small collection of 20th century art. If you're well versed in the subject, you'd be disappointed. If you don't like it, you'd probably hate it and feel that you've wasted your time.
  • A great museum, recommended to anyone who wants to learn more about the often overlooked Italian twentieth century.
  • Poor experience, not recommended.
  • Interesting Museum but not too welcoming, I lack a bit of seats for being able to visit the Museum and his works
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