The Morandi Museum is the largest and most significant public collection dedicated to Giorgio Morandi. The Museum was opened thanks to a donation by the artist's sister Maria Teresa Morandi, together with an important group of works already in the heritage of the Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Bologna. The Morandi Collection grows in long sleeves former bread oven, adjacent to the permanent collection the artist. The exhibition analyzes the themes and seasons that have characterized the activities of Giorgio Morandi and offers a reinterpretation of his artistic career through juxtaposition with works by contemporary authors (this is the case, for example, Tony Cragg). Morandi's works are exhibited by theme: Beyond the genre, time and composition, The Landscape, The Poetics of the object, the engraving.