Housed in the Palazzo dell’Arengario near the city center, Museo del Novecento presents a unique marriage of modern architectural innovation with a neoclassical structure. Once inside, visitors are transported on a sleek white spiral ramp that leads to the galleries. There is an impressive array of 20th century compositions by Italian artists like Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrà, and the museum statement piece “Il Quarto Stato” by Pellizza da Volpedo (1901). International artists such Picasso, Kandinsky, Matisse, and Mondrian are represented here as well. Moving through this museum during peak tourist season can feel a bit like a treasure hunt with the crowds. Try to go early in the morning when the museum opens or, better yet, two hours before closing time when admission is free.
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