The re-opening of the exhibition "In limine Sulla soglia del nuovo Museo Omero" continues the gradual transfer of the Museo Omero to its new premises in the Mole Vanvitelliana. Inaugurated on June 15, the show re-opened on Saturday, October 20, 2012 after a brief pause, with a change of place and several new works.
The tactile exhinition includes most of the Museum's permanent collection - about 150 works - as well as the new acquisitions by well-known modern and contemporary artists - De Chirico, Pomodoro, Consagra, Martini, Marini. The works are arranged in chronological order starting from copies from the originals of classics of Greek, Roman, Romanesque-Gothic and Renaissance masterpieces such as the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo, the Discus Thrower by Myron and powerful creations by Michelangelo: Moses, the Pieta in St. Peter's and the Rondanini Pietà. The journey continues with examples of Mannerism and the Neoclassical section, well represented by the "Il Movimento scolpito" collection from the Louvre. Marinetti's "Manifesto sul tattilismo" marks the transition to the abundant modern and contemporary art section with its striking original sculptures. To name but a few of the new acquisitions: "Minotauro pentito", "Manichini coloniali" and "Cavallo e palafreniere" by Giorgio De Chirico, "Rotante Massimo" by Arnaldo Pomodoro, "Giocoliere" by Marini, "San Giovannino " by Martini,"Colloquio libero" by Consagra. And also terracottas by Paolo Annibali, "l'Idea" by Bruno Ceccobelli. These are complemented by sculptures from the Museum's collection by Walter Valentini, Edgardo Mannucci, Aron Demetz, Girolamo Ciulla, Umberto Mastroianni, Pierre Carron, Felice Tagliaferri, Francesco Messina, Silvio Mastrodascio and many others.
An exhibition itinerary that unfolds in an emotional way, a place to rediscover the potential of our own feelings.
A 'MOLE' of books!
A new corner dedicated to reading and designed for all ages awaits you at the exhibition: art books, catalogues of the artists in the exhibition but also tactile books for children to explore. It offers the public a small interactive kit, a mini-guide to the artists in the collection to help the children experience modern and contemporary art in a lively way, even with the whole family!
Opening times and costs
Tuesday to Saturday 4 - 8pm, Sunday 10am - 1pm and 4 - 8pm.
Morning, weekdays: open for groups and schools by appointment only.
Closed: Mondays, December 25, January 1.
Guided tours and educational workshops on request: 3 Euros per person, excluding teachers, people with disabilities and their helpers.
Educational Services Office: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 071 28 11 935 - mobile 331.7537468
Museo Tattile Statale Omero
Mole Vanvitelliana - Banchina da Chio, 28 - 60121 Ancona
Sito vocale 800 20 22 20