PAN, Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, Naples
(2.5/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • I was recently to see a photographic exhibition by McCurry ... nothing to say about the photographs and the beauty of the experience but ... the layout leaves much to be desired. Tight spaces, audio-guide that you feel bad, a couple of photos without captions, some photos not valued as they deserved and route nn. Deserved more responsive space and maybe a path dictated by criteria related to the sites, or to, or to the subjects, so I found it confusing. I still recommend to visit it because it's worth and to schedule a visit by at least a couple of hours.
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  • I paid a visit to the exhibition of the great photographer steve mc curry. All very well organized. Audio guide with perfect translation from English to Italian (without error). Just a little note. The path you could do better. I mean, the visitor is left a little confused ... you could do a thematic route, with places or with dates ... and distribute the photos in a wider space. But tt in all va bn so. The beauty of these little pictures repays widely tt discomforts. To see absolutely.
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  • I'm sorry to judge so low but the motivations are different. We're talking about a building internally uncared for, especially on the first floor which housed the exhibition curated by e. purple. Lackluster without the right valuation. The art will definitely not need always to explanation but I believe that it should be available to everyone and not something elitist. Well organized, although space is "reduced" to what used to be the multitude of exhibited works, the exhibition of s. mcCurry. I dare say claustrophobic if you add the amount of people there. It would also be correct to put the staff in control. Come to enjoy a view not to see couples that need to get a selfie in front of a photograph (moreover with a backdrop of images of war). Tickets cost,11€ is overkill for the way in which the exhibition is offered.
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  • I've been on the Pan for a very nice for children, namely "born to read". This is an initiative that promotes reading (for children from 0 to 6 years) and is free of charge. Is run by volunteers who undertake a great deal.
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  • I've never had a distinct pleasure for the "modern". After a few visits to be sure I have the maximum and incontrovertible certainty that the "modern is for 90% as the battleship Potionkin:" A crazy boiata ". (The 10% I've seen here)
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  • Host different exhibits imteressanti more famisi names to newcomers. A good place for culture in Naples.
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  • Highly recommended, Steve McCurry to Pan in Naples from October 28, 2016 in February 12, 2017
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  • Give space and visibility to emerging artists, provided by quality. Well organized and managed. Free of charge.
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