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MACRO - Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Rome

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  • We went on January 31 and the Museum was completely dismantled, all empty or reforms. All full of boxes and workers dismantling exhibits and riding the next. The receptionists not told us the situation and charged us the entrance (11 euros per person). There were only two rooms open and available: Anish Kapoor's and Art & Politics, which come in 10 minutes both and not worth paid. Bad management and completely disappointing. If they run better with displays perhaps worth more.
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  • Enigmatic entry. The imposing red structure under the canopy questions. The exhibition spaces are well designed especially for photography, which is put at the honor. Simply, the latest creations of Anish Kapoor, too exuberant, have failed to convince us. Even if the host has failed to tell us what would be the next artists (?), we will return. Out of curiosity.
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  • As Museum of contemporary art, the quality of the works seem a bit limited and little international. Certainly does not invoke a general public rather insiders. We went to see the temporary exhibition of Anis Kapoor I found fantastic and great breath. Everything else is relative. Praise to the architectural recovery and exploitation of spaces.
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  • Macro always offers great exhibitions. I've been there several times, for photographic and modern art events. The place itself is really nice, dislocated over several buildings, with great outside places to walk and rest. It features two bars, inside and outside, and a book and gift shop. Fully accessible to wheelchairs.
  • One of the greatest museum for the fans persons about contemporary art, famous operas arrenged in a large and showy room..whort to come and feel, see the masterpieces of our 9°century
  • MACRO - Don't bother. Friday morning, the place was a graveyard. Staff is about as helpful as a dead battery. Ticket receptionist had some kind of animosity defect, gift shop did not have change for a 10 on a 6 Euro purchase. Exhibits were OK, but building is confusing, no obvious path, doors closed without signage. Bridge is incidental. Looks good, but worthless as an exhibit space. Orange structure in core was closed, no signage, no obvious purpose, no benefit to the architecture. Map handout was irrelevant. Too bad Rome is spending so much on a staff who hate visitors and a space that lacks the energy that art offers. Go to MAXXI and find some relevant culture.
  • Deadbeat exhibitions. Nice building.
  • Poor signage and unhelpful staff.