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MUDEC - Museo delle Culture

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jr532015 wrote a review Oct 2019
Perth, Australia44 contributions17 helpful votes
Excellent exhibitions tracing the relationship between Japan and Italy and their mutual fascination. The display of kimonos from early productions of Madame Butterfly at La Scala was a highlight. Paintings by Van Gogh and Toulouse Lautrec showing the influence of “Japanese” were further higlights. The building itself was interesting and the cafe had an excellent two course lunch for 12€ including water and coffee. We caught the M2 metro to Porta Genova and walked about 800m. Worth a visit. If you like interesting art spaces and different exhibitions to the standard museums
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Pretzel12 wrote a review Jul 2019
Dublin, Ireland113 contributions50 helpful votes
I attended an official function in the MUDEC. While the displays were interesting, the organization and service were appalling.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Daveinitaly wrote a review Jun 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel35 contributions23 helpful votes
This museum is out of the way and since it’s free it’s not a bad place to spend an hour looking at some cool artifacts from Japanese, African and South America cultures. Do NOT get the audio-tour. Total waste of money. They do have visiting exhibits and when I was there had a great travelling Lichtenstein exhibit. 100 pieces at least with sculpture as well. Didn’t know he did sculpture!! The visiting exhibits you have to pay for.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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etalius wrote a review Jun 2019
Garden City, New York77 contributions36 helpful votes
Beautiful exhibition space in a repurposed factory building in the same vein as the Prada Foundation and others. High ceilings, good lighting and great design make the building itself a part of the experience. We recently saw the roy Lichtenstein and Liu Bolin exhibits there: both excellent.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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RLH1955 wrote a review May 2019
Denver, Colorado232 contributions64 helpful votes
We came for the Lichtenstein traveling show, but almost did not as the reviews of the place were poor (admin, not exhibits). Anyway we did not have long lines nor any problems, but I was warned, so if coming in blind we may have.......I really liked the Lichtenstein exhibit, but the place is run poorly. Know before you go: 1) The idiots will sell you an admission for Lichtenstein, but *you* (the person that don's work there) will need to ASK for a free ticket for the other exhibits.I neither speak Italian nor do I work there so how would I know this????? . I did ask, and they gave me a ticket. I get that maybe the permanent and traveling show have agreements, but POST A SIGN or VERBALLY warn all of your "guests". 2) They allow non-flash photography in Lichtenstein, but with Cell Phones only, no cameras. Go figure. Worse, my wife asked about her big camera at the entrance and was told it was OK, just no flash. Got reprimanded later. "but they said at the entrance?" "Yeah, I know, they do it all the time." Great way to treat visitors! Decide on a policy, guys, limit the camera resolution if needed, and then post a sign and educate your guests and staff. 3) The 14 Euro/ticket wasn't that bad, and the physical incorporation of the exhibit in the artist style was appreciated (points added there). I pressed them about the cell phone but no camera as neither will hurt the works (or steal your soul last I checked) and one response was some of the higher ups are indeed, insane. Hint: insane people make great art sometimes, but do not let them run anything. The Lichtenstein show was 4 1/2 stars, the physical venue 4 stars, the artsy area of town 3-4 stars, the administration, as is well described in recent reviews is 1 star. Worst museum I have encountered in the last few hundred......
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Date of experience: May 2019
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