Galleria Museo Depero, Rovereto
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  • The Casa d'Arte futurista Depero, also known as Casa Depero, is a Museum created in 1957 by the Futurist artist Fortunato Depero, and is housed in a beautiful Renaissance palace. A jewel for eyes even of non-experts, futurists, interesting furniture House for children for the presence of colored tapestries, futurist toys and especially the puppets of plastic balls. Enjoy the visit would recommend hiring a 3 euro video-audio guide on Pad, which has short comments but sufficiently exhaustive with possibility of insights. My visit time is 45 minutes and it was very useful to go there before the visit to the MART because it allowed me to immerse myself in the futuristic art. You can buy a combined ticket that also applies to the MART and the Galleria Civica of Trento.
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  • The Museum House is structured in a particular way, with significant works of the artist. It runs in less than an hour, it is interesting to read the history of Depero and see some studying commercial art of famous products. Unsuitable for children/kids.
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  • As a lover of the Vanguards, I have the fabulous museo Depero, extraordinary, something almost unique in Italy, extremely interesting, and because it explores a figurative world vitalissimo, in all there Arch of the artist's production, both for the interesting exhibitions that organizes, such as that on architecture between the 1910s and 1930s.
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