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Nivola Museum. Essential Guide

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by Giuliana Altea e Antonella Camarda

pp. 84

© Fondazione Nivola, Orani, 2016

euro 5,00

The Nivola Museum in Orani, Sardinia, is dedicated to the work of Costantino Nivola (Orani, 1911- East Hampton, 1988), a key figure in the mid-century artistic and architectural scene centered on the synthesis of the arts and a collaborator of Marcel Breuer, Josep Lluís Sert, Eero Saarinen, BBPR studio and other masters of Modernism.

The museum holds the largest collection of Nivola’s works in Europe and hosts temporary exhibitions that, in keeping with the artist’s interests and vision, privilege issues such as the relationship between art, architecture and the public sphere, sculpture and design.


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About the Museum

HOURS

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 am – 7:30 pm

Closed Wednesdays


ADMISSION

Adults

€ 5,00


Visitors with the Map of the places of culture (until October 31), students with full ID; CTS members; visitors of the Museo delle Maschere in Mamoiada or of the Acquarium of Cala Gonone with a ticket issued on the same year; groups of 10 or more

€ 3,00


Kids under 18; visitors with disabilities and one accompanying friend; professional tourist guides registered in the Registro Regionale; Peggy Guggenheim Collection members; ICOM members; Orani’s citizens

free


Membership

Admission is free to all Nivola Museum Members. Become a Member today!


GUIDED TOURS

Morning 11:30 – Afternoon 16:00;

Reserved for groups of 10 people.

Cost of the guided tour: 2,00 € in addition to the cost of admission


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