- Visit one of the most important cultural institutions in Palermo
- See landscapes by Francesco Lojacono, large-scale paintings by Giuseppe Sciuti, naturalist works by Antonio Leto, art nouveau by Ettore De Maria Bergler and more
- Browse 214 works, including 176 paintings and 38 sculptures showcasing the best of Italy's modern art
The Palermo Gallery of Modern Art boasts over a century of history and is packed with masterpieces such as large-scale paintings by Giuseppe Sciuti, naturalist works by Antonio Leto, art nouveau by Ettore De Maria Bergler and more!
There's a lot to inspire you here at one of Palermo's most impressive and important galleries. Browse 214 works, including 176 paintings and 38 sculptures representing some of the best modern art in Italy from local and international artists.
All pieces on display are meant to reflect Italy's ever-changing trends in fashion and taste across the early 20th century. It's a pretty unique building too, so you might want stick around for a coffee in the cafe afterward.
Henri Cartier-Bresson (21 October 2017 - 25 February 2018)
Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of history's greatest photographers, known for his pioneering style of street photography and candid portraits. An early adopter of 35mm film, he paved the way for countless contemporary photographers, and his work is just as vivid and engaging today. This new exhibition brings together 140 of Cartier-Bresson's greatest works to immerse the visitor in his world – telling the story of his life, and his groundbreaking technique.
Villa Strohl-Fern (24 March 2018 - 2 September 2018)
Browse around 60 of Francesco Trombadori’s paintings dating from 1915-1961, borrowed from important Italian public and private collections. See drawings, books, exhibition catalogues and newspaper articles, some of which are inspired by his hometown of Siracusa, from the 'Archivio dell’artista' (Artist’s Archive) in Trombadori's study at Villa Strohl-Fern.
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Take bus 101, 102 or 103 and get off at Palazzo Ganci.