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Museo del Novecento, Milan

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One of the most important art galleries in Italy, Museo del Novecento showcases 20th century international art. The Arte Povera, Spatialism, and Furturism collections are the highlights. The first room of the museum holds Pellizza Da Volpedo's iconic painting "The Fourth Estate." You must pay admission to see the rest of the museum and the works of Modigliani, Boccioni, Balla, Carrà, and others. Lockers are free. A restaurant-bar offers a view of Duomo square. To visit Museo del Novecento on your trip to Milan, use our Milan vacation trip planner.
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  • Beautiful structure that is seen from the outside, but of course the Interior with executives pays off too. There are works by many authors, among futurists, abstract artists and sculptors who definitely argue the price of admission!
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  • Museum located in downtown Milan that through its historical artifacts tells the story of 1900. Excellent exhibits and paintings including the most famous is the "fourth estate". Place with modern design, well groomed and clean toilets and working. Great for families and school groups.
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  • A View particularly in the usual splendor of the building that houses the Museum of 900. America (New York) discovers the Italian artists of the century and these are fascinated by the world so different from the "Big Apple"; Lucio Fontana, for example, invitation for cadres dedicated to Venice, visit New York in 1963 and, upon returning to his homeland, creating works inspired by metropolis; Depero, born Futurist, finds that in New York the future has already begun and realized, and dedicates his "parolibere" to skyscrapers, the city's most emblematic and strong image. A fantastic location, enriched with photographs by Ugo Mulas on the fourth floor and an extensive section of paintings Italy galleries. Not to be missed!
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  • Fun little museum for those who enjoy modern art. What makes this unique compared to other MA museums, is that it also focuses on the history of modern art. It's relatively inexpensive so I would highly recommend
  • Nice museum, very close to Duomo Cathedral. Exposition is not big, so won't get tired afterwards. On the top floor you will have huge glass windows facing Duomo: perfect spot for photos!
  • Nice museum with a cool collection of Italian art. The layout is a little confusing to the point that it detracted from my experience. That's the only reason why it's missing the last star.
  • Good for the ones passionate by art because you can see a lot of artistic movements. Not so crowded when I went there and awesome view on Duomo place.
  • Some wonderful works of 20th century Italians, the works says more about the mind sets of the people during the world wars and after.

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