The constant process of development of art between tradition and modern forms of expression
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cavalese was established in 2001 inside the walls of the historic Palazzo Rizzoli, an ancient noble house that has experienced significant changes in both appearance and function throughout its history. It consists of various parts that vary in terms of construction period, style and architecture.
From its foundation until 2008, the museum housed a permanent exhibition of works of contemporary art, including a valuable collection dedicated to the great master Bruno Munari. This was followed by temporary group and solo exhibitions as well as numerous cultural events with the aim of demonstrating the close connection with the Alpine region, which is characterised by a strong relationship with the traditions of the past, while at the same time promoting the continuous development of new and modern artistic trends.
In addition to the exhibition, the museum also offers plenty of space for educational activities for children and young people, schools and families, as well as workshops for adults to encourage a sense of exploration of art and its many forms.
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€ 2.00: ticket
Free entrance: Fiemme Cembra Card, under 16