The Maramotti Collection in Reggio Emilia is widely considered a genuine temple for lovers of contemporary and modern art. Located in via Fratelli Cervi 66, it is the work of Achille Maramotti, who wanted to create a place of artistic inspiration, for art lovers and those who produce art. It brings together dozens of works of art from the 1950s to the 21st century, exploring a wide range of artistic styles. It is impossible to come to Reggio and not visit the Collection!
The Maramotti Collection: advice for visitors
The collection includes works of enormous value, including those by Lucio Fontan and Jean-Michel Basquiat: the whole building is infused with a spirit of unconditional love for painting, perfect for those who want to explore new artiistic trends and styles. Aside from the permanent collection, which you can see via appointment, the Maramotti Collection at Reggio Emilia is an active part of the European Photography Festival and offers temporary exhibitions of outstanding quality. Visitors come from all over Italy to admire works by established artists and emerging artists who have just started to establish themselves.
For more information on opening hours and the exhibitions currently available, please visit the Collection’s website.