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Museo Morandi

Museo Morandi

The Museo Morandi has been temporarily hosted at MAMbo since 2012 when its facilities in Palazzo d’Accursio were closed for restoration.  In the via Don Minzoni 14 location, at MAMbo, the Morandi exhibit has a reorganised layout of paintings, graphic works and books.

MAMbo - Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna (Modern Art Gallery)

MAMbo - Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna (Modern Art Gallery)

Bologna's Modern Art Gallery, MAMbo, shares visual culture and fosters experimentation. The permanent collection is a journey through the art of contemporary Italy. The Museum hosts new local projects and participates actively in the international contemporary art network.

Casa  Morandi

Casa Morandi

The Istituzione Galleria D'Arte Moderna di Bologna (Institution of Modern Art Gallery of Bologna) has a new space to add to its other locations: MAMbo (Modern Art Gallery), Museo Morandi (Morandi Museum), Villa delle Rose (Gallery) and the Museum dedicated to Ustica; it’s the house where Morandi lived and worked most of his life. 

Museo Civico Medievale

Museo Civico Medievale

The Medieval Museum in Bologna tells a compelling story about the often turbulent history of the city. The fascinating collection of bronze statues, armours, handcrafted objects, illuminated manuscripts and monumental tombs is located inside Palazzo Ghisilardi-Fava, in itself a jewel of city architecture.

Palazzo Albergati

Palazzo Albergati

Palazzo Albergati (Albergati Palace) was built by the important homonym family from Bologna. Its monumental frontage accomplished in the first decade of the 17th century dominates the Via Saragozza.

Duchamp, Magritte, Dalì. I Rivoluzionari del '900

Duchamp, Magritte, Dalì. I Rivoluzionari del '900

AT PALAZZO ALBERGATI FROM 16 OCTOBER 2017 TO 11 FEBRUARY 2018
An extraordinary exhibition dedicated to the artists who revolutionised the 20th century art, all together to let people know about a period of great and bright creativity.

Palazzo Pallavicini

Palazzo Pallavicini

The Pallavicini Palace rises in Via San Felice 24, in the heart of old Bologna. The XV century palace, formerly owned by noble families of Bologna such as the Villa, Volta and Marsili Families, was bought  in 1557 by the Isolani Family, that conferred special dignity to the internal architecture of the palace by exploiting the skills of architects Paolo Canali and Luigi Casali

Nel segno di Manara. Antologica di Milo Manara

Nel segno di Manara. Antologica di Milo Manara

AT PALAZZO PALLAVICINI FROM 22 SEPTEMBER 2017 TO 21 JANUARY 2018
Seven sections of 130 artworks, which are tribute to one of the best-known and worldwide valued Italian contemporary authors.

Palazzo Fava. Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Palazzo Fava. Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Palazzo Fava, Exhibition Centre, covering more than 2600 square metres, is regularly used as an exhibition centre. Its rooms house collections from the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio in Bologna as well as exhibitions of works from other important public and private collections.

 

Palazzo  Belloni

Palazzo Belloni

Palazzo Belloni, also known as the Cantelli House, is located at 13 de' Gombruti Street on the corner of Barberia Street. The palazzo was built at the behest of Giovanni Angelo Belloni, the third son of the wealthy mercantile Belloni family from Codogno, who moved from Lombardy to Bologna inevitably changing the economic life of the city.

the WALL

the WALL

AT PALAZZO BELLONI FROM 24 NOVEMBER 2017 TO 6 MAY 2018
The exhibition offers a trip around and inside the wall. It traces its history through the most important walls from different times and places.