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A New Way of Looking

This was such a different exhibit, and accessible to so many people, whether they were oriented to... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2018
ParisPainter
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Paris, France
Worth a visit.... every time

Palazzo Magnani, from the exterior, looks much like any of the buildings on Corso Garibaldi. Walk... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2017
SEG97113
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Portland, Oregon
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Feb 17, 2018
“A New Way of Looking”
Sep 2, 2017
“Worth a visit.... every time”
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

This was such a different exhibit, and accessible to so many people, whether they were oriented to music or to visual art. It bridged the creative path from one to the other. There were many fabulous artist besides Kandinsky: di Stael, Klee... and other composers....More

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Reviewed 2 September 2017

Palazzo Magnani, from the exterior, looks much like any of the buildings on Corso Garibaldi. Walk up the stairs, enter thru the doors and you enter an amazing world of art. I will miss the Kandinsky exhibit that opens this fall but in the summer...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2016

Whenever I am in Reggio I never miss an opportunity to visit Palazzo Magnani. It is within walking distance of B&B Anna e Ricca and, in my opinion a real local treasure. I have seen exhibits so ranging from Michael Kenna to Wee Gee over...More

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Reviewed 17 October 2012

This is the country estate of Luigi Magnani, an art collector who died in 1984. The collection contains art from the 14th through 20th centuries. It was difficult for me to recognize any unifying theme in the collection, other than that he just collected what...More

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