The most extensive collection of graphics in an Italian museum: The Casabianca Museum is the place to meet with spontaneous expressions of artistic avant-garde of the years between 1960 and 1990, collected by Giobatta Meneguzzo. An open book for visitors, with over 1200 works by 700 artists. The Casabianca Museum is a permanent exhibition of graphic works of the '60s-'90s of the twentieth century...read more
Walking through the halls you recreate the full picture of the development of the avant-garde art from the '60s to the '90s in Italy and abroad, through a corpus of work called the most extensive collection of graphics in an Italian museum. The amount of present works and the number of represented artists and currents, as well as timely and effective information are astonishing....read more
The opening of the museum dates back to 1978, and was possible thanks to the offering of the building by the Morandi-Bonacossi family and the availability of the art collection of Giobatta Meneguzzo. The organization of exhibitions, conferences, debates, workshops, concerts and shows joins the permanent display. These are supplemented by the production of catalogues, books, booklets...read more
Sundays and holidays: 10-12.30 noon and 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Other days by appointment only.
Closed on Saturday.
Sundays: admission free;
other days: € 3.00;
reduced € 2.00.
Guided tours and excursions of the territory
by appointment only: € 30.00 per group. Guided tours must be booked one week in advance. Informative material is provided to teachers/helpers.
During the visit, it is also possible to discuss the works with the collector, Giobatta Meneguzzo.
Address: Largo Morandi, 1 - 36034 Malo (VI)
Tel: +39 0445 602474 or +390445 602109
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