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Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Milan
(4/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • I have been to the gallery just today on the occasion of the "Sunday at the Museum", we managed to get only at 17 after half an hour in a row, but the entrance there were warned that we had to run otherwise we'd be whisked off badly, and this has actually happened. Alcché politely ask one of the ladies to watch salt the reason for this behavior and make arrogant and rude it is replied that "if people want to come in for strength it is not their fault, the Museum at 17:30 closes". Astonished with the other visitors disappointed we leave never to return ... it's a shame that in places of culture people to be treated like that. Online it says that the last admission is at 17 and not that visitors must leave after half an hour.
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  • Intending to visit ' 6 rooms I went back to Villa Reale-surfaced to mind pictures of me ... student who, by tapping the glass of a lunette, triggers the alarm of the Museum ... nanny who accompanies Anna and Julia to the gardens (prohibited for adults unaccompanied by children) ... invited to ' civil marriage than a friend (at the time were not usual and were celebrated right here on the ground floor) ... employed in an Office on the other side of the ' Gardens ' when the bomb exploded (and I was in the Office despite the hour) – amazed me excellently Palace, well maintained/renovated and nice furnishings: beautiful trompe l'oeil of ceiling and with relief items, beautiful hardwood floors with inlaid decoration, pleasant views of the garden--even the paintings exhibited are very pleasant, essentially of ns. late ' 800, with images of daily life with very high detail (the grazing cow, girl who follows in the early readings, altar boys that are defended by geese, girl who ' gives ' grain hens)-only £ 5.00 to visit both the temporary permanent exhibition – interesting, enjoyable, worthwhile
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  • Masterpiece of neoclassicism in Lombardy, Villa Beljoioso or Royal Villa, houses for more than a century, the modern art gallery, enriched over the years from bequests and purchases of artists and patrons. Works of Hayez, Appiani, Previati, Bianchi, Segantini and here and there Picasso, Van Gogh and Cezanne. Many genre paintings, portraits and landscapes, from romanticism to divisionism to realism. These days there are also works by deposits. The set up is mediocre, with bad lights illuminate paintings and tastes like stale. The guardians then ... too many dalecisamente and careful only to your mobile phone. Some were complaining of poor audience turnout, though, because they had to go eat, by defining a wastrel, who was there to enjoy the Museum. ...! Visit enjoyable but to review the organisation.
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  • Gorgeous building, rather dull art: nothing more recent than the early 1900s, lots from 19th & 18th centuries. No interactive features or installations.
  • This gallery has very interesting private collections of modern art
  • Really good gallery and amazing park on the back.
  • Nice collection of modern arts
  • Very nice