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Home / News archive / PART - Palazzi dell’Arte di Rimini: exhibition SUSPENDED

28-09-2020

PART - Palazzi dell’Arte di Rimini: exhibition SUSPENDED

PART - Palazzi dell’Arte Rimini

Following the Prime Minister's Decree of 4 November 2020 for the containment of the epidemiological emergency from COVID-19, the exhibition at Part - Palazzi dell'Arte Rimini are suspended from 6 November until 3 December 2020.

 

In Rimini historic center a prestigious exhibition space is housed in the old medieval buildings, the thirteenth-century Palazzo dell'Arengo and the fourteenth-century Palazzo del Podestà, which together with Palazzo Garampi, the Galli Theater and the Pescheria overlook Piazza Cavour, the heart of the city. Within this evocative context, affected by an initial redevelopment intervention, is housed the San Patrignano Foundation Collection, a collection of works donated by successfull contemporary artists of the Italian and international scene. The project is not only a museum of contemporary art, but connects culture, society, territory and people.

The art collection contains works by Mario Airò, Vanessa Beecroft, Domenico Bianchi, Alessandro Busci, Maurizio Cannavacciuolo, Sandro Chia, Enzo Cucchi, Nicola De Maria, Flavio Favelli, Giuseppe Gallo, Alberto Garutti, Shilpa Gupta, Emilio Isgrò, Agnes Martin, Igor Mitoraj, Mimmo Paladino, Pei-Ming, Tullio Pericoli, Diego Perrone, Luca Pignatelli, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Julian Schnabel, Ettore Spalletti, Velasco Vitali, Silvio Wolf, Jean Paul Riopelle, Pietro Ruffo, Mario Schifano, Elisa Sighicelli, Francesco Vezzoli, Xiaongang Zhang and many others.
The PART also features a site-specific work of art by the artist David Tremlett, created with the help of members of the San Patrignano rehabilitation community.

This particular museum initiative embraces the collection’s eclectic and disparate nature, and uses innovative display methods to allow visitors to freely enjoy the works contained therein. The exhibition itself focuses less on the historical-critical links between the works of art, and more on how the artworks communicate with visitors, as well as the medieval Palazzo dell’Arengo and Palazzo del Podestà buildings. 

The buildings’ medieval architecture will converse openly with the contemporary works housed inside. Far from simple containers, they will generate an original network of understanding that will help visitors to enjoy a unique experience and explore surprising new perspectives.
The place of honor in the exhibition is for an extraordinary work, the fresco of the Last Judgment created by the painters of the Fourteenth-Century Rimini School under the guidance of its most important exponent: Giovanni da Rimini.

The buildings were restored and made fit for purpose by Luca Cipelletti’s AR.CH.IT Studio. Architect and lighting designer Alberto Pasetti Bombardella helped light the collection and surrounding space.


The ground floor, first floor and monumental staircase in the Palazzo dell’Arengo will be open to the public, in addition to the Palazzo del Podestà’s garden and ground floor rooms .

Times: 
from Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 1pm and from 4pm to 7pm
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10am to 7pm
closed on Mondays

Entrance fee payble:  € 8; reduced € 6
one ticket for all Museums: Part, Museo della Città, Domus del Chirurgo and Museo degli Sguardi € 12 (valid 3 days from the first use)

Info: +39 0541.793879  part@comune.rimini.it   www.palazziarterimini.it