Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia

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  • A gallery from downtown by taxi 10 minutes old factory where it was Max Mara founder clan's private collection, Museum of fine arts. From the writers of Italy exhibited numerous works of modern art, such as Basquiat. While listening to the explanation for the appointment, you can slowly watching.
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  • If you go to Reggio Emilia and love art you have to go to see the Maramotti collection. There you go just for that. The visit is headed, check on the internet hours of admission, admission is free, two names: Burri fountain, The guided tour lasts approximately 2 hours. Are terrific and highly trained. Perhaps one of the best collections of its kind in Italy, Surely the only for the number of American works from the years ' 80. For inputs it is always best to call us, especially during high season.
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  • For art lovers, the passage in Reggio Emilia at Maramotti Collection is a must. Exhibitions of quality, attention to detail. I mean ... not to be missed. The collection consists of approximately 200 works on permanent display, made from 1945 to today, in representation of the chandelier and the main artistic trends of the last fifty years. An important space shall be reserved for temporary exhibitions, made with continuity and in collaboration with important international artists to create very interesting exhibition projects. A fine example "private" of what can be done in Italy for culture. And if culture was a little less in the hands of politics?
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  • The structure that houses the collection, from the beginning, already configures the highly innovative, though old head office MaxMara. The emotions are different, she sighs looking works of contemporary art, artists, engulfed in another precursors; colours, symbols, all drags you into a surreal, actually; one is then blown away by the "container" that houses the various works, trampling on the floor such as "mottled" from oil stains, you travel with the mind back to a time when workers were busy in the production of the various collections MaxMara , and it now has a story that travels parallel to the art collection. Everyone prefers of course an artist rather than another, but the collection so varied, has the ability to please everyone. I was kidnapped from my mean particularly weak Julian Schnabel "STELLA MARIS" 1984. As an employee of the company, I think for all of us is essential to view this Collezione.Si breathes even more the brilliance of Achille Maramotti, and sense for "beautiful", featuring his sons. I feel even more proud to work for a Brand that stands for the vast wealth of history; art and specifically related to the concept of fashion; having a collection like this is like having a continuous form of inspiration. I wanted to leave my testimony of an experience that was unparalleled. Yours sincerely, Maria Teresa Fera
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  • Temporary exhibitions and permanent collection never trivial spectacular
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  • Stellar
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  • Delve into the history of fashion.
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