Regional Gallery (Galleria Regionale della Sicilia), Palermo

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The Modern Art Gallery Sant'Anna is a modern art museum in Palermo. It is located in a complex consisting of the former Franciscan convent of the Church of Sant'Anna la Misericordia and the adjacent Palazzo Bonet, in the quarter of the Kalsa, inside the historic centre of the city.
It was founded in 1910 and was located in the Teatro Politeama's foyer until 2006. The gallery houses works of important artists like Giovanni Boldini, Massimo Campigli, Carlo Carrà, Felice Casorati, Eustachio Catalano, Giorgio De Chirico, Ettore De Maria Bergler, Emilio Greco, Renato Guttuso, Nino Franchina, Lia Pasqualino Noto, Antonino Leto, Salvatore Lo Forte, Francesco Lo Jacono, Vincenzo Ragusa, Pippo Rizzo, Mario Rutelli, Aleardo Terzi, Onofrio Tomaselli, Mario Sironi, Franz von Stuck.
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  • One of the best Galleries I have ever been to, and we have been fortunate enough to see major and specialist galleries in many countries around the world. The quality of the curating and exhibits...  more »
  • The first thing I noticed, was some (not all) of the artworks are in rough shape. But why should I mind? If artworks this old are in mint condition, you have to wonder what's real about them. The.....  more »
  • Unfortunately they couldn't find a wheelchair for me or the key to where they were. Disappointing when they have them. So instead I decided to hobble round two floors. One room had no lighting working above the pictures but the rest were curated beautifully. Lots of info in English and Italian, sweet café in covered courtyard and shop full of books and eco friendly products. Lovely collection worth seeing and architecturally stunning church next door altho didn't go inside. Reception happy to call me a cab which came very quickly ☺️
  • Nice museum, but very rude staff , they make you feel like you're inconveniencing them just by being there. There was no toilet paper in one of the toilets and when my girlfriend asked a staff member for some she was told that there was no toilet paper in the whole museum.

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