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“Wonderful exhibition in a gallery that is stunning - Depero looks fresh and lively near 100 years on...”

Galleria Museo Depero
Ranked #5 of 54 things to do in Rovereto
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

Thoroughly enjoyable gallery with paintings, tapestries, exquisite furniture, toys, photos and in a drop dead gorgeous building - we just loved it. Must see if you're in Rovereto

Thank Peter S
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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

You must go to this museum. It was designed by the one and only, Fortunato Depero. You'll even see furniture and cushions designed by him. Excellent preservation of artwork. Beautiful architecture inside.

Thank Marchp
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Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

Oddly enough, we were both unaware of the life and work of this creative and prolific designer/artist, who spent some of his life working in the field of design in New York City. We found this small museum captivating! Our visit left us eager to learn more about Depero and his work: graphics, tapestry; sculpture; typography and more. Well worth a visit if you are lucky enough to be spending time in this beautiful, historic city.

Thank Jacqueline R
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Reviewed 22 November 2015

What a great surprise! Enjoyed a lot the art of Fortunato Depero (1892 – 1960) an Italian futurist painter, writer, sculptor and graphic designer.

Thank bonjour_et_bonvoyage
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Reviewed 25 July 2015

Along with Filippo Marinetto, Fortunato Depero might have been one of the two primary artists in the Futurist movement. The author of one of its manifestos, Depero was born in Rovereto and went on to become an internationally significant designer and artist. Futurism was one of the first modernist movements & is still an important style in Italy. The museum is a small place devoted to his work. Well worth the visit when you are in Rovereto.

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