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National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art verified

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closed XVII Day of the Contemporary

The event

Saturday 11 December, on the occasion of the seventeenth Contemporary Day, promoted every year by AMACI, the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art participates in the event created to spread the knowledge of contemporary art in Italy with a day in which the public can enjoy the cultural offer of the museum with free admission.

PROGRAM 

At 2.00 pm, Claudia Palma, Director of the Bioiconographic Archive and Historical Funds of the National Gallery, will accompany the participants on a guided tour dedicated to a path of precious and rare documents preserved in the archive, a place of conservation and transmission of a important and vast heritage. In order to participate in the guided tour, allowed for a maximum of 14 people, booking is required at gan-amc.comunicazione@beniculturali.it


Timetable and tickets

Address

Viale delle Belle Arti, 131
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Contacts

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Chiara Bettazzi

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Roberto Fassone

Until 30 September 2022

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