The building is among the poorest example of bad architecture and so is the interior which is very badly kept.
We have visited the latest exhibition of the Cascella's , among the most renewed painters from Abruzzo , paying a ticket of eur 6,00 / person ( Galleria Borghese in Rome with permanent shows of Bernini , Caravaggio etc etc costs 12,00 eur - Rijks Museum with permanent shows of Vermeer , Rembrandt , van Hals etc etc costs 15,00 eur ) to soon realize how un-professional the exhibit had been mounted and in what a mediocre way it was lightened.
the rooms wall are filled with holes from previous exhibitions , the doors which have access to private areas , storage , electric panels are left open so that overall reigns a sense of run down disinterest about the building and the arts in general.
even though the Cascella's work , to my eyes were not more that any "sunday painters " i think that being among the most prestigious artist ever this region had , the museum , if can be so called , should find a reason to stay open and to work hard in order to promote arts and culture in this otherwise dull beach town.
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