Palazzo Abatellis
Palazzo Abatellis
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Sara S
Roma, Italia2 810 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Par
It is an interesting museum where you can admire works of art in both sculpture and painting. In my opinion, it should be modernized a little to make it more attractive for people who are curious and not just for lovers of painting or sculpture. Furthermore, the opening hours should be reviewed... closing on Sunday afternoons I find absurd.
Skrevet 6. april 2024
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Io viaggio low cost 365
Italia13 838 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Par
I decided to visit mainly because I was extremely attracted by the famous fifteenth-century fresco of "The Triumph of Death" (author unknown).
The work is definitely fascinating and intriguing, however, despite a few other interesting works, I found the visit to the museum below expectations.
The employee was kind and knowledgeable and provided me with a detailed explanation of the work.
Full ticket €9 considering everything a bit expensive.
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Skrevet 4. mars 2024
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Laura D
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4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Venner
Highly recommended visit. The guide present at the palace, a very kind Lo Cicero, enlightened us on the various works present in the rooms, making us appreciate them more. A thousand thanks
Skrevet 29. januar 2024
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cinzia_experience
Monza, Italia958 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Venner
The museum is not very easy to visit, a little too disorganized...
Don't miss the splendid Annunziata by Antonello da Messina and the beautiful bust of Eleonora da Aragona
Skrevet 16. januar 2024
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Fabio Colasanti
Brussel, Belgia15 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Par
On December 22, 2023, my wife and I wanted to visit the Regional Gallery of Sicily "Palazzo Abatellis". We interrupted the visit after two rooms when we realized that we were faced with a new missed opportunity; to a museum made by specialists for specialists, without much consideration of possible visitors.

The labels of the individual objects are in 12 point or 14 point size. To read them you have to be very close, which is not easy in the presence of other people. There are no tables or other devices that contextualize the objects presented. We haven't even seen an introduction explaining what the museum collection consists of. We were only offered laminated pages, one per room, deformed from use and of very dubious hygiene. In any case, these pages contain no more than three lines per exposed object.

All over the world, museums have made very important progress in recent decades. Today a museum is above all an opportunity to learn something about a certain theme or a certain period in a couple of hours thanks to the objects on display. This occurs through a selection of what is displayed and its highlighting through explanatory tables, indications on the role and nature of the objects on display and, often, short videos of a few minutes (also useful as an opportunity for rest when they are presented in places with some benches).

And you don't have to go very far to find a well-made museum, designed according to modern criteria. The Antonino Salinas regional archaeological museum in Palermo is an excellent example. It also contains an excellent bookshop with a vast selection of interesting works on Sicily (the visit to this museum cost us 72 euros worth of books). The Salinas museum depends on the same body responsible for the Palazzo Abatellis museum!

Where the visit to the Palazzo Abatellis museum got really irritating is when a lady who works in the museum told us that it would not be possible to replace the ridiculous tiny labels. These would have been foreseen by Carlo Scarpa and everything that this luminary did in the museum would be under protection and unchangeable. If this were true, it would be proven proof of a job done by specialists only for other specialists with a manifest contempt for visitors and for those who pay the taxes used to finance museums.

I think that many people may have an interest in the works exhibited in the Palazzo Abatellis museum. But I believe that the number of people interested in a concrete example of the museum technique of the sixties of the last century is very low.

I really appreciate the initiative of the former culture minister Franceschini to ensure that museum directors, in addition to being experts in the subject, also have managerial skills. The results are being seen in a visible improvement of many museums. But this effort evidently arrived in Palermo in a different way. The Antonino Salinas museum is an excellent example of this while the Palazzo Abatellis does not yet seem to have been touched by this current of renewal.

Fabio Colasanti
Skrevet 25. desember 2023
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Daniela-Carlo_Udine
Udine, Italia3 734 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Par
The ancient Abatellis palace suffered several damages during the Second World War, the project for its transformation into a museum is by Carlo Scarpa, one of the most famous "space organizers" of the last century. The exhibition in this case is almost more important than the exposed, with a sublime use of the spaces. The problem is that since the exhibition itself has become a work of art, it has become unchangeable, undergoing an evolution in safety regulations and unable to expand.
Skrevet 17. desember 2023
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francescaC6496AK
Venezia, Italia87 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Familie
Palace and collection worth the visit, with many buts. Scarpa's restoration suffers from subsequent insertions in poor taste. The staff seem listless, constantly on their cell phones and don't try to give half an indication (or a greeting) to engage. A real disappointment considering that it is a place not to be missed
Skrevet 14. desember 2023
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5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2023 • Familie
Beautiful museum for the masterpieces contained and for the installation by Carlo Scarpa. The visit was made even more pleasant thanks to the invaluable guide of Antonio Lo Cicero who, with competence and passion, was able to enlighten us in the knowledge of this wonderful and unique place. Absolutely worth visiting!
Skrevet 31. oktober 2023
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4,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2023 • Alene
Palazzo Abatellis is a very interesting museum, especially because it had a project to adapt it to use as such by Carlo Scarpa, carried out between 1953 and 1954. For those who know architecture, this was a modern pioneer of interventions in historic buildings, starting this activity in the project of the Aula Magna (1935) by Ca'Foscari, in the 15th century Palazzo of the same name located on the Gran Canale in Venice. He also designed the Castelcechio Museum, in Verona, and the Querini Stampaglia Foundation, in Venice, where he was also the author of the Olivetti Show-Room, among other works, located in St. Mark's Square, which was later transformed into a Museum.
Skrevet 20. oktober 2023
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Oliver S
New York City, NY11 420 bidrag
2,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2023 • Venner

It’s located in the Kalsa part of Palermo. Kalsa is Arabic for “the chosen one”. Well, this palazzo would not be my choice for anything. It features the great name of “National Gallery of Sicilian Art” and it intrigued me, because I did not know much about Sicilian Art. A short ride from the hotel to the Palazzo set us back €20. A very unfriendly ticket office advised us that they don’t take AMEX, then claimed my Visa was declined. I had them try again and, oh, miracle, it worked the second time! No map of the premises, a bunch of idle employees chatting with each other and having no interest whatsoever in the visitors. The museum contains religious art, exclusively. They have one Antonello da Messina which is of interest. Definitely not worth it.
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Skrevet 30. september 2023
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