Il Cassero per la Scultura Italiana dell'Ottocento e del Novecento

Il Cassero per la Scultura Italiana dell'Ottocento e del Novecento

Il Cassero per la Scultura Italiana dell'Ottocento e del Novecento
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SQ01273
East Sussex, UK908 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Couples
Small and on 2 floors. We were lucky enough to have the whole place to ourselves. It would very easily feel crowded. The staff were friendly and helpful and it was the right size to spend an hour. Memorable
Written April 24, 2018
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111valli
Kidd's Beach, South Africa14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015 • Couples
Very nice small art museum, nicely lit and well displayed. There is an elevator for those that can't manage the stairs, as the displays are on three levels.
Written February 13, 2015
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Brun066
Florence, Italy13,035 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Family
This museum is the result of an intelligent and passionate project: it was build up as an archive of Italian modern and contemporary sculpture.
As clearly explained by the well done audio guide (available in several languages), the museum is different from the usual art museums, because the works are displayed next to each other, almost piled up, in order to reproduce the atmosphere of the atelier of an artist.
This fact, and the fact that the audio guides are very informative, has resulted in the fact that - despite being small - the Museum takes a long time for the visit.
It allows you to learn a lot of artists that usually are almost unknown to the most of the people (remember among others the rich collections of Ernesto Galeffi and Michelangelo Monti). Not only the activity of an artist, but the whole cultural climate of an era is evoked.
At the exit, therefore, you get the impression that you had learned a lot about contemporary art, and in an original way.
It's therefore a pleasant surprise, a museum you don't expect in a small town in Tuscany (that you can imagine rather dedicated to the glorious local art of the Middle Ages or of the Renaissance).
Written December 13, 2014
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