Reservation required by phone, fax or mail. Each visit is open to 25 visitors who can choose the full path (lasting about 2 hours and 30 minutes) or part of this (lasting about an hour and 15 minutes).
Weekdays: Monday-Friday 14.30-18.30; Saturday 9.30-12.30 and 15-18. Holidays: 9.30-12.30 and 15-18
Telephone: +39 0522 382484
FAX: +39 0522 934479
It will be possible to visit the museum through two floors and 43 halls. On the ground floor, beside the library, is a wide exhibiting hall for temporary exhibitions of new-wave artists.
Among the artists whose works are on display are the following:
Peter Halley (New York, Usa, 1953) for the "new geometry" art, Piero Manzoni (1933 -1963) for the "proto-concept" art, Gerhard Richter (Walterdorf, Germany, 1932) for the "figurative" art, Jannis Kounellis (Pyraeus, Greece, 1936) for the "poor art", Ellen Gallagher (Providence, Usa, 1965) for the "experimentation art", Anselm Kiefer (Donaueschingen, Germany, 1945) for the "neo-expressionism" art.
Among the works on display are also the following:
works from the late expressionism and abstractism of the forties and the early fifties, Italian proto-concept artists as Fontana, Burri and Fautrier, Schifano and Franco Angeli's Roman Pop-Art, "poor art" with Penone, Zorio, Anselmo and Concept Art, American painting with Basquiat, Schnabel, with the new-geometric artists Taaffe and Bleckner, until Alex Katz's suspended atmospheres.
Source: local Staff Reggio Emilia