The San Marino National Gallery: Italian art in the free republic on Mount Titano
The San Marino National Gallery opened on July 7th, 2018: it is a new modern and contemporary art museum in the small republic between Emilia Romagna and Marche, which was included in 2008 in the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites.
Indeed, the museum was inaugurated ten years from when San Marino received that honor.
Located inside the Logge di Volontari, a magnificent 1930s’ building, the Gallery showcases a rich selection of works of art, with over one thousand pieces by artists both Italian – including Renato Guttuso, Corrado Cagli, Enzo Mari, Emilio Vedova, Luigi Ontani, Giuseppe Spagnulo, Sandro Chia, Enzo Cucchi – and from San Marino, such as Patrizia Taddei, Marina Busignani Reffi, Gilberto Giovagnoli and Walter Gasperoni.
Don’t miss it.