The Gallery of Modern Art in Rome is housed in the Carmelite convent in via Crispi, in the city center. The Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Rome began as a civic collection, a collection that follow, the artistic and cultural history of the city since the late nineteenth century, was to play the role of capital of the young Italian nation when, after crucial historical events of the new century, emerged from the disasters of World war II. The museum, whose collection currently has about 3,000 works, mostly paintings but also sculpture and graphics, exhibits 150 pieces, rolling, ranging from the nineteenth to mid-twentieth century, documenting genres and authors of the period: Realism, Symbolism, Pointillism, Roman School, with works, among others, Giorgio de Chirico, Giorgio Morandi, Renato Guttuso, Mario Mafai, Giacomo Balla, Gino Severini, Capogrossi, Alberto Savinio. Long closed for renovation (since 2003), the museum was reopened to the public in autumn 2011, with exhibits that change periodically.

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Via Francesco Crispi 24
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