Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin
(4.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I thought I'd see the exhibition by Ed Atkins, instead only the titles and a movie. Have been hijacked in the single room accessible, because the remaining spaces were occupied by diverse people with glasses in hand for some event. Why advertise the nonexistent? Much better the mural (pictured) painted on a nearby wall. Turin is in the hands of those who sell hot air.
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  • This organization promoting contemporary art. For the Gallery plays a big area, there is also a café, bookstore. Tickets cost 5 euros, but you can get for free in the evening Thursday. We got to the exhibition "step by step", was curious.
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  • Like I said I'm not a connoisseur of contemporary art and I have relatively little experience in visiting these places, so the ratings are always a bit tricky. I had gone to the Sandretto at the time of the inauguration and I was a bit surprised for some works (such as "invisibility" in which the work was a white wall) but following their facebook page I was "captivated" by the way to act, to publish and advertise. In many would have to learn in my opinion. Anyway we agginciamo without even "studying" to visit "Sandretto". The building is an old converted factory that alas hides too much of his old nature, I like more the contrasts between the container and its contents, but still lends itself very well to many productions being basically a block. Currently there are 4 exhibitions. I am impressed very positively from the welcome at the ticket office: true that there was a large turnout, but they explained very well how is structured the Sandretto, exhibitions and they invited us to get in case of curiosity. They delivered brochures in an extremely nice, welcoming and natural. The first view is a video installation, I See a Darkness. I do not particularly like the video installations, but in this case it was curious. We understand by reading the brochure that the movies screened (each with a part) to compose the music you listen to. It's a great idea. The other shows that I loved you "curated by", a collection of artwork of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, there really are special pieces like a necklace made with human hair or some sort of frightening, entertains and Cattelan 3d self portrait makes you want a selfie. :-) A bit sad rather see that some artists have yet to use animals or parts of them to make art (such as the naked man in wax or blue butterfly painting) fair price, recommended visit. We are a bit off center so for those coming from outside perhaps not convenient, but doable.
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  • World-class contemporary art centre. Very well run and curated.
  • It is a great example of localization of cultural activities in areas outer suburban areas. The exhibits are always interesting and rich food for thought on contemporary society. Be followed consistently.
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  • Place always great
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  • One of the world's most important contemporary art Foundations, with a fine restaurant, Space 7
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  • Private foundation for contemporary art. The relationship with the land is always at the Centre of activities active Sandretto, also addressed to children. Only con parking quite difficult to find at any time of the day. Inside an interesting restaurant
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