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With the drawing of this Love and the voice of this Calling 
we shall not cease from exploration 
and the end of all our exploring
 will be to arrive where we started
 and know the place for the first time.

Maramotti Collection

Love for art, attention to the evolution of new expressive languages, the desire to share with other art lovers a place to be lived as open space of research and knowledge: this is the philosophy behind the opening to the public of the Maramotti Collection wanted by Achille Maramotti, entrepreneur, founder of Max Mara and passionate art collector.

The permanent Collection, opened at the end of 2007 in the old company headquarters in Reggio Emilia, hosts more than two hundred works of art – by about one hundred international artists from 1950 up to today, including: Vito Acconci, Francis Beacon, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Alberto Burri, Francesco Clemente, Tony Cragg, Tano Festa, Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni, Mario Merz, Luigi Ontani, Mimmo Paladino, Tom Sachs, Mario Schifano, Julian Schnabel and Bill Viola - and can be visited by appointment.

Temporary exhibitions are also organised with projects made to measure for the Collection, by young Italian and international artists.

For further information and opening times see link.

 
 
Highlights
<p>
 <strong>October 14 2018 – March 10 2019</strong></p>
<p>
 Collezione Maramotti presents <strong>Field</strong>, the first solo exhibition in Italy by English artist <strong>Phoebe Unwin</strong>, featuring a series of new drawings and paintings made specifically for its Pattern Room.</p>
 

October 14 2018 – March 10 2019

Collezione Maramotti presents Field, the first solo exhibition in Italy by English artist Phoebe Unwin, featuring a series of new drawings and paintings made specifically for its Pattern Room.

 
<p>
 <strong>Rehang – from March 3 2019</strong></p>
<p>
 For the first time since the opening of the Collezione Maramotti in October 2007, ten rooms on the second floor of the permanent display will be rehung to present some of the projects shown during the first ten years of activity.</p>
 

Rehang – from March 3 2019

For the first time since the opening of the Collezione Maramotti in October 2007, ten rooms on the second floor of the permanent display will be rehung to present some of the projects shown during the first ten years of activity.

 
<p>
 London, April 16 2018 – The artist <strong>Helen Cammock</strong> has been announced as the winner of the seventh edition of the <strong>Max Mara Art Prize for Women</strong>, at a ceremony at the Whitechapel Gallery. Cammock will now spend six months in Italy during 2018 on a residency tailored to her interests, creating a new body of work that will be shown in a major solo exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2019, before moving to the Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy.</p>
 

London, April 16 2018 – The artist Helen Cammock has been announced as the winner of the seventh edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, at a ceremony at the Whitechapel Gallery. Cammock will now spend six months in Italy during 2018 on a residency tailored to her interests, creating a new body of work that will be shown in a major solo exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2019, before moving to the Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

 
 
 
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