Mar - Museo D'Arte della Città di Ravenna, Ravenna

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4.3/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • I visited the MAR for a view with big names and works fabulous that I liked so much. Beautiful facility that also collects the ground floor mosaics and works of artists of the area.
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  • Already coming you notice the beauty of the building that houses the Museum, a historic well kept, with a beautiful loggia and a big garden around. Part of the exhibition is to visit free of charge, while the topic of the moment is within spaces and accessible for a fee. Also a bar inside. Definitely worth a visit even just passing through, but even better to visit one of the exhibitions organized during the year.
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  • The MAR-Ravenna Art Museum is a Museum site in Ravenna. Located inside the monumental complex of the Loggetta Lombardesca, named after the 16th century loggia. In the Gallery of the Academy of fine arts are exhibited various works among which is the famous statue of guide-rello Guidarelli (1525), by Tullio Lombardo, depicting the young handsome Knight killed in 1501. The rich pinacoteca comprising collections ranging from the fourteenth century to the present day. To see neo-classical landscape representations of Giambattista Downs, purism toscano by Antonio Ciseri, testimonies of Symbolist influence already by Vittorio Guaccimanni, and the painter and sculptor Domenico Baccarini. In contemporary collection, a female nude by Klimt. The second half of the twentieth century is documented by a nucleus of works of informal area, there are works of Roman Pop as Schifano and Tano Festa, there are representatives of current analytical orientation, as abstract and Veronesi, Boetti, Castellani, Dadamaino, Olivieri, Griffa, up to Mondino and Cattelan.
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  • Vry nice
  • I went to the exhibition "the seduction of the ancient" which is currently at the Museum of our city. I'd venture to say nothing about the work because artistic tastes, and beyond, are absolutely personal, but I think it's fair to point out the lack of cleanliness. There is no way that as soon as one enters, one of the first works on display is a painting by De Chirico with the front panel completely opaque and full of halos so as not to allow the right vision of the work. And so many other shrines/panels that protected other works during the exhibition. Another very bad impression upon entering is that they leave the panels of the cloister, also for anything clean. It would be nice to see the cloisters through a good glass as quaint, I guess.
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  • The premises are beautiful, bright and spacious.
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  • We visited only the ground floor, because of free access with very beautiful mosaics inspired by paintings or sculpture.
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  • HOUSES ALWAYS nice exhibits many beautiful is also the picture gallery! but beware schedules that are not the same exhibitions!
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