The museum will be closed from 1st December 2023 for the entire winter period
The MAGI‘900 Art Museum is located in Pieve di Cento, a small town in the Bologna province. It was set up at the end of the 1990s by Giulio Bargellini with the aim of showcasing his collection of artworks, paintings and sculptures and to create an art museum that was also a centre for the documentation, study and promotion of the 20th-century Italian artistic generation.
The first part of the Museum in the old silo was extended a first time between 2005-06 and a second time in 2015 with the construction of a new three-storey building. The Sculpture Garden is located in the outdoor area. The Museum is home to a collection of pieces dedicated to Africa and South America, to Italian Contemporary Figurative Art and to New Realism. Two collections that stand out are the one dedicated to Lutz Ehrenberger and that on the Belle Époque which is based on the topic of female seduction with famous pieces such as The Blue Hat by Boldini as well as practically-unknown ones such as tempera illustrations by Ehrenberger. There is also a wide selection of illustrated magazines.
In addition, the museum develops projects for schools and creative workshops for families.
|Full price (permanent collection and Belle Époque)
|Reduced (permanent collection and Belle Époque)
|Reduced groups min. 10 persons (permanent collection
|Full price (permanent collection / Belle Époque)
|€ 10 / € 7
|Reduced (permanent collection / Belle Époque)
|€ 7 / € 5
|Reduced groups min. 10 persons (permanent collection)
For information about price reductions visite the website
- Art & Culture
The Museum is accessible to wheelchair users and disabled persons.
Pets are not allowed in the rooms except for guide dogs for the blind.
A wide selection of graphics by contemporary authors offers the opportunity to purchase at affordable prices numbered artworks, representative of the different contemporary trends.
At MAGI'900 you can also buy a series of small design items specially designed for those who desire a souvenir of the Museum.
From April 2023:
from Friday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm
Summer closure: The museum will be closed from July 28th to September 1st inclusive.