Maramotti Collection


Maramotti Collection
Tag: Museum

Maramotti Collection is a private contemporary art collection which opened to visitors in 2007 in the historical headquarters of Max Mara company.

The Collection consists of several hundred works of art that date from 1945 to the present, of which something more than two hundred are on permanent display as an in-depth presentation of a number of the central artistic tendencies, both Italian and international, of the second half of the 20th century.
Ever since the opening of Collezione Maramotti, its permanent collection has been flanked by a systematic program of exhibitions and commissioned projects in the areas of the building which specifically function as venues for temporary events.

"Mollino / Insides"
Until 30 May 2021
Evocative photographs of Carlo Mollino's models together with glimpses of the artist's last enigmatic residence in Napione Street in Turin, transformed by Perez's pictorial interpretation and Schindler's photographic view.

Until 25 July 2021
First solo show in Italy of Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Nigerian artist who conceived a new multidimensional design for the Collection's Pattern Room, working on a never-experienced-before monumental scale.

The first Italian exhibition of TARWUK, Croatian artistic duo composed by Bruno Pogačnik Tremow and Ivana Vukšić, will inaugurate on 17 October 2021.
For the occasion they will propose four new large sculptures and a series of drawings.

The research of the artists is a fundamental step for the Collection and noteworthy is the preparation phase of two exhibitions with materials from the library and archives: the residence of Emma Talbot, winner of the eighth edition of Max Mara Art Prize for Women, and the site specific performance by the Belgian company Peeping Tom - scheduled for autumn 2021 - as part of the collaboration with I Teatri of Reggio Emilia and Max Mara Foundation.

Visitors are invited to see also the permanent installation The Fountain Mahallat el-Ghouta94, Block 8, District 4 inside the Alcide Cervi Park.
This installation is part of the project The Fountains of Za'atar by Margherita Moscardini, presented by Maramotti Collection in collaboration with the Municipality of Reggio Emilia in April 2019.

Free admission.
The visit to the permanent collection is accompanied by a member of our staff.
Admission to the temporary exhibitions is free in the opening hours of the Collection and no subject to reservation.
The entire exhibition is accessible for persons with motor disabilities.

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